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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888062901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. (iOI) IS LOVE Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 29, d888. NO. 40 ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. AND NOTIIIXti Imd KI-S- the first one of the slightest impoitam e during the five years thut I have visited it This change is the old that would have been an eyesoio to any settlement in Kentucky, even in tho days of Daniel Koone, which has been razed to the ground and which in a few months will be replaced by a new and elegant one one that will make Casey's sister counties in the bluegrass ashamed of themselves, so much more modem in structure and elegant in nppearance will her courthouse be. A four dial clock will keep the citizens posted on the time and a large bell will toll the hours as we'll as ring for the eonvenings of eouits, tho latter having originally been done by the jailer yelling from tho will bo a great door. The impiovcmcnt to the town and besides helping it in appearance it will more than likely cause a feeling of pride to rise in the breasts of the people, who will improve the town themselves by tearing down the rickety old frame buildings and substituting them with brick ones. The merchants are all molded men and I can but believe that they will as soon as they see the tine completed, build business houses and dwellings that will be in keeping with it. Although 7 miles oil' of the railroad. Liberty has n good many advantages and I would not be atall surprised to some day, not far distant, see W'u now have rtMiI;ir night mails. it a nourishing town rather than the covered the "upen erel" jet Wo htttl it pnxl niin Tuesday nijrht Hut sostr.oN must have destroyed, at turely at sleepy looking village it now is. She soutiiNR mutt hive created 'I he argument of and it is htill falling tlii., Weiliictlay, has got considerable money and lots of I'alcy ha never been aiitwcrnl It ttandt in Us Im- morning. good people, two of the essentials for a pregnable might, an everlasting bulwark against has hail it itt-Mr. I). It. a good town. the audacity that would tweep the Almighty out on'h ft ii) in front of the cottage in of Hit Own universe It hat been laughed at; After "doing up" Libeity for a nice lot can dn that. which hi; is livinu'. sneered at Any one. of job work, a goodly number of subIlulamwrred fairly, lievarl It it tiibitantially A. M. Kghort kiliftl a latge hlack scribers ami a pretty good wad of filthy thit,alt ifincrally known "I find a witch n Htiakc in his yani which l over lucre, set sail or rather the head of the highway; ducover evidence of design in ut three feet in length. It mutt havo had a iioiiikkh." tru lure' Anderson Nunnelley's brag saddle horse, Miw Alice llanlin, who has been which had only one gait and that an up There )ou have (ml Take another estimate ltp rn Pa c)'s graund, the territory of tenpture eonlineil to her bed forheveral days, ih and down trot, toward Yosemite the and common tense, a well again aide to go alKitit. Sodom of Kentucky, and perhaps of the I find ihlt it arranged to li'eti "I.." rcMtrtul tho racing of tlie nlted States size of place taken into mankind and injke men happlfr and better It mutt have had a ctmri designer "A tree Itknown Cleveland and Thnrinan tlair, mi it is tin consideration, Although the citizens of known by III liyttt fruitt.' God, ttiu Good, Hoeivvury for ns to add tinything further this place patronize the Intkiuoii .loutworks lieie. s' .w. liberally and that would make me Hut ditcavcrtlut ihlt thing, designed id work Mr. Mollie Scott and children have like n place if anything would, I must K'Xd, hat been middled with It no tanker keept been visiting friends in Lexington. Mihs say I think Yosemite the meanest town time and blettet, but it out of order and deceive all whotrutt it Surely a iicckivkk It here. So I.tiln Stuart hie gone to Woodford counmorally speaking on the globe. With when I find God'snrdrr disarranged, Hi ty to visit relatives. .). lloldum is in population of L'00, and a prohibition .realn "Miilimit Turin and void," I know s a uttTaoVKii hat been at work And he it not .Meritlian. Mivs., on business. Mr. Mor- town to boot, there are ! '1 he scripture ktiws but one fruni ris Harris has charge of the stoio during just three times iw many as farlfkto Ilcvclation (enisis his absuneo. Mrs. Maru'itiet Harper is there are stores. Six shooting scrapes It, A I.OOI1 (Mill ANII SAD visiting her niece, Mr. J. II. Ilutch-ing- have occurred within the last month, It the only pottiMc cIhc to tcrlpturo, or the pin-the last one occurring while I was there nnmena of life about ut. guests pres- Tuesday in which Doe Coll'ey shot Scott There were mine To make the (Jhm1 Cod the Author of evil in any ahapc ur form, i to to hapelcttiv confute the iter. ent at the marriage of Mr. Daniel ltich-er- t Kehlen in the leg over a trivial atl'air. ml prim tle of right and roi;, good and evil, lust 'l'lniis- - Not being used to such doings I asked a and .Mrs. Mmv Si'linii-dcthat all controvert)' at an end, and time it lelt evening. Aluuts't an hour was con-- 1 good many questions concerning the Milling worth Driving for Mot thinker tec day tint, and tome bopo lo evade the dlAiculty by in- sumed in going thiough the ceremony, dilliculty, but got little or no satisfaction, tr.dn mg a riHMiMtvK theory of evil, becaute which was said by a Ciermaii minister.1 the people not noticing it nor caring the they think an ttitvr denial of Jehovah' ronitec-tiAn excellent and bountiful supper was least for it. The troubles generally rise with it trenchrt upon lit (overrun atithotl-t- ) piejiaretl fortiie (Kcasion. Mr. Hicheit between the employes of tlie railroad will it done in at the (treat Sttpreme, Who H'lected Mrs. W. I. Pillion to superin- nnd men employed by lumbermen. Heaven, harthand Hell. SuiTuc hure lo tay that thit duo not free the tend its airaii'.'ciiient, ami tlm-- e who. There are, of course, good people, who charattet of (tot) in the Icitt (jil uiIjht alittm were say it was excellent in ev- use all etl'orts to suppress this deviltry, ImU ' a lived ntimn in law ulid grace, and but utterly fail, the lawless desperadoes the "receiver it guilty ut the llilaf," hat never! ery respei t. been gamtald llettdo, there ch be mi n'tmi- being in the majority. Madison will have three fairs this sea-l)o CSnd approve- evil' i"n wiihiHit appioval tieorge W. Drye formerly n Lincoln Tenth the thought ' And, finally II I am lo let son Richmond, Kirksville and Keren. county boy, but now living in Casey, is a thouK ' ' c attribut, let it b Ommpotrnce, Thirty pounds of ginsang were bought canvassing tluir county for a race for nnd time, before I.OVK Thank (iod one hat Monday by Mr. .1. W. Nell" at Sl.S) per t tt part with cither, one l.ood Oml and a bud in shcriir. He is an industrious young pound. Dr. (ieorge W. Kvansnnd C. S. le I, jt rowilo.1 In tcrlpmre, iirckltonn b) u man, a good citizen and would fill the . Powell bought of the Ciainett heirs at, Here then are the germinal fact of (itMi. place as acceptably, if not nioie so, than A ( d (id C.Tt. in lilt way, a (ilasgow, tho CSarnett House in this any republican I know of. If it's got to AND KAKTII. 'IIIIUI iiikl lil tav lltt7 "V'o rt v 'I'llil IM"'I uuiit.iili linu tlAil be a republican give it to tieorge and if A had devil, fur torn roaton aot known, ha Covington, Arnold A Kro. bought UJ.WX) what UchI had nutde. iovtr lo mak he don't mayo u No. 1 sherill' draw on I he "Heaven" it uft iiuditocribud in tint placv; ' pounds; Cnxike, Keunett it I'nnstoug the Junior oPlhe 1. J. ' in thcrt JitcHiuly hinted at bought ,(Xh) pounds and Ci. K. Turley I he '7Au I1 Mb," "without form and id;"j ll),(K)(). The price averaged 'S.i cents. A good stove and dwelling situated "emplinett and confution," lit in hoapctl'iip in Middleburg for sale; or will swap for ruin, m tint ttrange ordoi, i ditr"lr, from out- ' This brings into the county about $10,- a bluegias.s farm in Lincoln or Koyle. A pall of inter darknea. A MXK Climax. aide oin,vii: Apple or address K. M care of this C'Vtrnig ol in water ol uath, salt and blttor i The giant of all guns is in ptocess of olllce". No vin of life, but thut up la thue water, were spent Monday night at the house of ti tnc pur i) tweet LttMturc, that afterward enlist Miction. Krupp's works are maka good old Casey county democrat, who t'incrgel in oparalion,and (a) the living grm of ing a gun for the Italian iron-da- d tish and fo I. 4. A hidden and submerged earth. is up to the times on entertaining, but Sardegna. It will be .V.'J feet long germ of (I, gratt 5 Within that drowned land the who is several decades behind on polinnd htrliand fruit lro; and 1) with a bore of 1.".7 inches. It will lliv a tics. Speaking of the convention, which lic.ttt and crttpliiK thingt '' steel shell of l,i"0 pounds with an iniiV was then in session, he told me that he TIIK NF.l'KKIICTIur. tial velocity of L', 111 feet per second, or '1 hat It what it it. No let. The tatt letton It one of 'J,:M pounds at 2,(H! feet per sec- had heard at the Cios Montis store that evening that Ciitrtleld and Hayes weie "Chief of the wii) of C.61I." thefiikt ab.o. It To rettoru a ruin need more I.OVI'. and power ond. nominated and would make the race on than to make perfect at first "therefore How women can manage to sit bolt the lopublicaii ticket. I told him that It (iod'acrawuiii); work. It it the tpital upright and not change u position, look- Ciarlleld was assassinated fully 7 years column of the Chriatian Syttcm, I'liul and I'vter, no clinv ing neither to the light nor left, dining ago, to which the old gentleman expressjitiil John beiu judga. Titer Jumc tunit j , or "Ni'te Crtutbtn" without it Neither aseimon in church passes the under- - ed his surprise by saying, "Well, 1 had was there an old creation in Oen. 1, apart from it, standing. A man will sit on tho picket not heard a word of it, but as you look bee how (10J deLnbe it: fence all the afternoon to see it ball like a pretty truthful fellow, I reckon I He command the light, to do what? To chuich-peK. C. W. will have to believe von." Nay, verily. It hid match, put him in a shine for t lie fir t time of an hour and he will wabble ihonc I rum the gray age, In fori- it wat hidden b that pall of Satan that obscured It In the "lohu id all over the seat. Its Delicacy of Flavor fcoAti " Itthone with iindiniiuuhed radiance And tho offlency of its action havo renMadison Female Institute, of Light it dente covering of darkneit It the tame tight, IN MvKLK, ulivthcr "under Ky., has long been noted for its dered tho famous California liquid fruit liuhel"or "bed," or on a ' ciindletticL," ll only beautiful and healthy location, and its romody, Syrup of Figs, immensely popuvnnofor other. Therefore (iod "commanded lar. It Cleanses and Tonos up tho clogged the light tothlne out of the d.irkuuvi,'' (j Cor. high standing as an educational insti.'6) nt l'uulia), with tho Holy (i)iovt' perlett tute. )ur readers should send for a cat- and fovorish System, and dispels Headaccuracy ot detcription, (TuU't mighty hand laid alogue befoie selecting a school for their aches, Colds, and Fovers. hold of the veil and "rent" it from "top to botFor sale by A. It. Pennv, Stanford. daughters. tom," n in uflcr i!.i. Then alt the light had lo tlo watlo Mis Clara tout shopping) How aw- Syrup of Piga jut a It did before the obstruction ;u removed, ttwiu returrected from Is fullv the wind blows, Ktliel! Nature's own truo laxative It is the lt grave. "It wn not potslble" for the tomb to M'iss it! sn't If I had moU easily taken, and the most cfTectivo "hold" it alivay, known there was such a gale I would Tliun auotlur victim of Satan' m.illcc wa remedy known to Clcanso tho Systom 3 In! "the dry land iipptvircd " t Yet more does this uondrnu story go n to tell '1 he living gi'rin of plant nnd flower and l.KTTKI. KKO.M (5H0HCSH0. ItAUNKS fruit lay buried there. Under the en the cnrtli. In "uiuihcr earth, ' in in n womb, the teed of nil vegetable life and beauty Well do we name her (Continued from last Issue.) "inotheriurth" when we reflect on nil he lirlii( HAHKNI.SSON TIIK iV.CBOl' TUB ilKi.l'. forth. "New birth," "resurrection," cull it what Ily subsequent discovery, n God reveals it to )on will. ii III following verse, we learn that tin pall of 5. I Iiimi God lights up the heavenly world. It Marknes" wjii only an outer wrap of uccrlve that retiirrecilnn alto? Surety it it Nothing lint inner f 'Id of destruction. 'tin1 sigiiifnuncc T till can dih lMi.k iiKn (tienee the charge of a without form nnd void only dawn upon ti in we cardinal blunder in (Jen i. It tired not to assert study the ubjecl in detail t'lider tin environthai the tun it VriMlcd" after tint rattli 'I hat ment of darkne lay the bluer water of death, were fatal, to put tho plittel before it legitimate Hut a uu blotted out In tailed in tcrlplurr llin ' deep " Under the water centre of attraction lay the imthercd "dry land" Under tlie dr) ilarknett i conceivable In after day when the c i"KCt;t-lilland, i in u mighty womb, the erin "' 'true light of the world" went out In Mood upon beast and creeping the Cros, this very thing was Krtiwlh; "fmir-lontcI. like tlnnn" lay tlll and helpless "I'ndcr tin face of aj'ljti'llt ut, "The nun wat darkened;" for it wat the deep," In ri'leullc lniirUnntTicnt, a In fet- Satan' "hour" and tltt "power of darkness," at ter of litum, the glancing wlnr o( fowl that af the Savior llimtctf taid 'Hint a tun and moon terwardt In swift Hlghl, clave the "open rirma-min- t detlvcrt-- from a pall of ilarknett on the atli da, it of heaven;" every flashing I'm of full that as genuine a resurrection the rett. How lm-plv toon In dart through the yielding wave, all the plain word ol (iod freet u from the scicn-tif- ic blundering with which "real without knowl-dge- " verc paraljrcd and powerle to mote Thl it n wondron revclalinn, olten overlookha too often handicapped the blotted ed, tint what we call the "W day creation" i 'lrulhvf (iod I 6 Next In the order of tint ' ftaUnytnttW really nvilhcr mure or In than a "resurrection of or g the dad ' the JJrand and glorimn lact that one "nnajtoi'r" at we return to earth where we lay, In (lie mil dlstnnt tutiire, let u hope, i to lie come the rcleate of titli and fowl 'Iliete nunllistcd in tuch power of Godhead lint the the water hold in fati lucked embrace, till "Wo-him- " bull llieni let k their hold ; and then what like hat never licen wilnccd In the Universe Kially, t)it consummation of the 'VI"')' wundrout alglitt appoar' I he KlintinK fin of full ; uhtad U hut the familiar, oft rcheattcd lesion of the glancing wlnijof bcautiuut fowl; thou' in the thcngrpat 'I o find it w plainly revealed in "open firmament of Heaven;" thote in tho briny the ut of Gintsl, at in llie last of Revelation, deep, "The blue abovt' and the blue below" arc tory of God' t.OVI, and peopled at tail "aiording to tltcir kind;" and lelltout woridritii Power, that ought not tn he lost uHin 'hoc of u tin new returrei lion fill the ky with tout; and the deep lea with ud.io uitoine.l but anrietit life who C' nut III Glory the chlcfcst good And thit it what lie on the surface u( the nam-liv- e lo bf Continued ) creation of God dc in (.elicits. A faultlt CRAB ORCHARD. tr td ami hurled deeply 1) an advertary. How? J'orwhat? Womay not I now jutt now, for noth-in- ); revealed. Or, If revisited, no man hat di semi-annuall- lItAItjI. Til in tct lllmtfll the t.ivk of dclivi'r.ince nnd deliv- The Business Manager in Casey County. ered mutt all Hit impritoiHd creature he "He Liiikiitv, .lime --'ii. This ancient and laid Hit hand upon the ocuan' mane," drew hack the dread invutllence nf a drowned world and tpiiet little town is undergoing a change, The democrats will organize soon. a club court-hous- e court-hous- e coiut-hoii.s- e A great deal of flux is reported in this county. Teachers are preparing to begin the public schools. Wesley Anderson, aged .", died at Pine Hill, Tuesday, of Kright's disease. Koth political parties here have decided not to raise any Hags until after the election. A boy at S. L. Whitehead's and n girl at I). C. I'oynter's. Koth arrived Wednesday morning. L. K. Smith, of Rowland, has charge of the section here, while J. W. Pollard is down with measles. J. K. Cook, of this place, is looking after the law business of W. It. Kamsey, London, during that gentleman's absence in the West. Misses Iena McClure andJJGeorgia Miller have returned from tho school for Logan Vestcr-flolthe blind, Louisville. of Parksville, is hero. Miss Alma ' d, court-hous- e Carson was down from ?Krodhead Wednesday. J. K. Fish, of Pineville, was with us Monday. James Frazer and Tom MePherson fought over a keg of beer last .Saturday evening. Kvorything movable was used in the scrimmage for weapons. The light was pretty even until Frazer secured a shovel, with which he laid out his antagonist. Mcl'heron was taken home in a criticalcondition, covered with wounds. Frazer was scratched up but little. Trial set for v to-da- HARRISON AND MORTON, XEPl'DLtCAN NOVIINBKS. ' j 11 1 ntcar-tirt'i- I 1 e r I hirmo-mi'- 1 bar-room- ternoon. Kulortnininont tendered by the citizens of Danville Wednesday evening. Visit to Centre College and other places of interest Thursday morning. Iamvo Danville Junction at noon on K. IIUFIOIAN, Thursday, by special trainntondcred by SURGEON DENTIST, - - Khntvcky. the L. A X. railroad, for Pineville over Stncord, the Knoxville and Cumberland Valley 0ke'outh ide Main, two door above Depot branch roads, reaching Pineville at 8 i I-I- Tlie republican candidates are not as well known as they might be so we give the following sketches of their lives: Hcnjamin Harrison was born in Hamilton Co., O., August IS:;:!; graduated tit Miami rniveraity in In)-- '; studied law in Cincinnati; removed to Indianapolis, his present home, in 18o4; in 1S0 was elected reporter of the decisions of the supreme court; was coinuiNsioncd lid lieutenant in IStW, mixed a company, Press Convention. was made its captain and on the organiThe executive committee, K. G. Logan zation of tlie regiment was cho-e- n colonuil II. A. Somen), has arranged the fol- nel and just before the cloe of the war lowing programme for the Press Convenwas brevetted brigadier general, was retion, to be held in Danville next week: elected' reporter about the same time lA'ave I)uisville at 7:0.") a. m., Wednes- and served four ran for govday, Julylth, in the special coach, "City ernor of Indiana in LSTli, but wns defeatof Danville," over the Louisville South- ed; was elected lT. S. Senator in 1SS1 and ern, reaching Danville at noon. set ved his term with some distinction. Kusiness meeting, reading of papers, He was Hlaine's chief attorney in his lielection of ollicers. etc., Wednesday af- bel suit against the Indianapolis .Senti'0, ... r,,. Tv.vi ATrsffrsn si'f-. .v.. ....7, tw. i.o l.r,.. ill !C- iruui uiont Mny :M, lK'J-- ami is the son of a Congregational minister; received a common school education and went to clerking in a dry goods store at Concord, X. II., entered the firm of ileebee, Morgan A Co., 15oton, in 1So4; established the tlriu of Morton & Grinnell, in Xew York, which soon "busted," paying 50 cents on the dollar, the balanco afterwards being made good witli interest by Mr. Morton. He is now a member of Morton, Hliss & Co,, brokers, one of the largest firms on Wall street; was defeated for Congress in 1870, but elected in 1878; was ollered the oilice of .Secretary of the Navy by Garfield, but declined and was -"Piis-vjrst..-isu J afterwards appointed Minister to France for bis faithful work with his barrel for the victorious ticket in 18S0. Ho is a pretty decent soi t of a man, but would never have been taken up by his party, nel, which paper charged the latter with but for his large wealth, which ho liberliving with his wife before he married ally dispenses for the "good" of the her. cause. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard, Ky. St, bar-roo- A IIS.V s. - r I I I - n . Guests of the Pine Mountain Coal and Iron Company's new hotel at Pineville Thursday night. Trip to Cumberland Gap Friday, by private conveyances provided by the Pino Mountain Iron and Coal Company, with dinner spread by the Cumberland Gap Tunnel Company. Pineville for Louisville Friday night or Saturday morning as the members shall select. Ix-av- i. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fine Ilrass and String Hand in Attendance frcm July 1st to September 1st. Rate greatly reduced, ii per day and Stopcr wevUand upward. THOMAS NEWMAN, Manager; JAS C KINO, Resident Supt ; D II EDMISTON. Clerk. 34 K. S. MARTIN. .V llxnniiEAD, Martin kv JSO M., iS7. M. I'KKKINS Albright friend a inform their man; be and customer of the change in firm nami MARTIN & PERKINS, The new firm hopes not only to utaln the reputation of the old, but intends to make many the manufacture of tobacco which will be to the interest nf our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural I.eat brands of Kentucky' best leaf. 1 hanking jou for put fivor- - and askinj for a continuation 01 Reinectfully jouri, vour trade, we remain MAR1IN.V I'ERKINb. Livsry, gecd and $ale Stable, NOTXC3G H.A.EVA1STS,A.B.,A.M. Analytical Chemist, TO THE CITIZENS ! jr j ' ire.si-n- t I OF LINCOLN COUNTY. i 1 - i.J-t- U-- I'l.K-rt- i. ' I ) I 1 - Having re ently ci upped a fine Roller Mill tin the town of Stanford that vse defy any Mill to e think the eiial in quality of tliur, county pride citizen ol enough tc Makes a tpecialty of coil, mineral water and the county hould have same We wish to patronire and sustain the mineral aiiah-Anal) ticalworl. of any kind Send vshoin it may concern that wc arc in the for a circular. 13 market to buy jour wheat and corn and will give th highest market price for same. We have added some new mikhincry to our corn meal department and can no' make meal to suit any person It cvuiot he equalled by any other mill We soin.it a trial in our Hour and in this v utility All having grain in our line meal department MT. VERNON, KY. for sale will please call at the Mill, where our agent will be found .V all tunes, who will give the ne. llran aid shlpsiuflT always bevt prices fir Hotel i still maintainThivold and W.N l'OTTS, in ing it fine reputation. Charge reasonable, SpeS ipt., Stanford Roller Mill Co 151 tf cial attention to tlie triveting public. .M. I. XEWCOMII, Prop., Mt Vernon, Ky, LANCASTER, u. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON', KY, Good turniut and addle hore alw ay on reasonal.lt tents, London is the most ient point on the railroad to reveh places in the mountain section of the State. for hire convenin the 10 KENTUCKY. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. First-clas- Sj-t- NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. Major l KeviM.UU, K II. Caldwell, Jr s Thoroughly Renovated vnd Refurnished. Fare and Reitonable Prices, Day and night Trains are mot by I'olite Portersi'of this Popular Hojse. J0;-t- f. I - XCE, ICE, XC)3 v.dl deliver to regular cuitomer in Stanford nnd vicinity ever) morning ! Account mutt be paid at the close of each month or v lieu customer mitt so R. E. HARROW. I 1 KtO-to- ti "four-footo- At One Cent Per Pound C. A. BENEDICT & CO., I Kctnr-ructio- n Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STANFORD, KY Well drilled to order and Pump furnithed at factory price. 30 C W. METCALf. s. MAYS 1 throo-fpinrte- T rs METOALF & HAYS, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. - Kich-mon- d, 11 ( IlARIIOURVILI.Eand P1NEV1M.K, KY Will practice in any court in Eastern Kentucky. Examination of land title made a tpecialty. Any rdie traut of timber, coal and mineral land for talc. Information turnUhed on any point and correspondence tolicited. J S Ys'ir.jr iJ3i-tf- , Stanf ru, Juno Harvvy Flnjd, E S Oooch, L (1 (.0 di, W 11 Miller, and J S. Young, have jssoci-tethcmselvc together to bixcunc Incorporated in .1 stock company under the corporate name of avnoburg 'lurnpikc Road Co the Highland .S. The ImiincS's to be conducted is the building maintaining and conducting' of a McAd.imized turnpike rn.nl from the prcaelit terminus oi lhe Sunlnrdiiiid Halts (lap turnpike m Lincoln county through Highland and Wavnosburg precinct In to the l'ulaski county line, or a part of such named turnpike bll be High The principal pi ice of butine land, Lincoln counts, Ky The corporation stiall commence on the 13th day of June, i$3i, and terminate on the 13th day ot June 1933 Tho authorized capital stock is to be twenty thousand dollars, which shall be paid at such tune and in inch amount and upon tuch term a the Hoard ot Dinciors shall prescribe 'I he affairs of the corporation are to be managed by a board ol five Directors, one of whom shall be selected as president t the board and xuch directors sballtic elected on the first Saturday in J line of each car and !nll serve fi r one j ear next einumif their Icc.iu. said board sliaRalso elect cUrk and treasurer The highest .nrnutit of indoMcdness to which this corporation may at any time subject itself shall not exceed one thousand dollar. 'Ihe private pnperty of the tocl.hoIders shall be exempt trom the corporate debts I. (i (Jo veil M l Reynolds. K S Oooch, Harvey Flovd, V. II. Miller, K. 11. Caldwell, Jr., Ific under uiK-d- , MT l'Utt5 IfaOOTEJL, STANFORD, KY., . E. H. BURN5IDE, PROPRIETOR. This old and Hotel ttill maintains its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determtn. ed that it shall le second to no co.intry Hotel in the State in it Fare, Appointments, or Attention to hi Ouoli. Iliggage conveyed to and from depot free of charge- - Special accommodation to Commercial Travelers. well-kno- J II HI1.TOS. . K. DAVIS. ECXX.T03T & -- J n&vxs DEALKKS I.- 11 General Merchandise, KY ROWLAND, Have just opened a new stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hat. Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and Family Groceries. Also dealers in Coal. Country produce taken in exchange for goods at highest market price. Come one, come all, and learn the advantages in trade. io-6-m 1, iC83 m EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, D.A.M-VIX.iyr- THE FLORENCE ICY. WASHING MACHINE elt the Horencc I have bought the right to Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish all who may wish to save their clothe from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of washing. Take one andtry tt and be convinced. I'll not worn y u about buying utiles y in are fully satisfied a ts it merits. Lebanon 1871. Planing Mill 1888. F.thcl-Doo- In 18S0 there were only 5,000 jews in PLEHIEG MILL Jerusalem, now there are saitl to bo Manufacturer ot rcctiont" 9 The. recent persecutions in Rus- Floorlngr, :10,000. 3, Sulla third nurv.'l of ri.en and rising powor. Woathorboardtnar. Celling, Lucy 1'ice in a fit of Jealousy .shot sia T he poor, drowned cartli, that lay in are said to have caused a greater part FlntBhtnff Ijumbor, Mouldings, Sash, K.tllenger at Ma vs. In and killed K.ubam lielplettnci beneath the dark wave mutt of this increase, and many are said to Etc Sash. Doors and Blinds always the triumph ot thit "Joriou time, for our Gad YiUe. In stock. have come from Germany. water-logged kli-ir- freed. The impritoncd water that were good becaute from (iod, were tcp.trutcd by decree of iowcr from the pultoncd water that the devil had marred, and were placed (except temporarily) be jond the dcMrover' reach, 'above the firmament,'' while lhoe over which the advertary had power lay ttill below What It tlili but "rctur when Kllious or Costivoj to dispel Head aches, Colds, and Fovors; to Curo Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Pilos, etc. Manufactured only by tho California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A. II. Penny, Stanford. have-M- iss Ha moved to hi elecant new buildinc ODnotite the poslotlice and i better than ever prepared to accommodate the public with fine picture from photograph to life re. Satisfaction guaranteed. KF.ID S. O. Clara Itemained at home2. r Miss Kthel No; put on my striped stockings. Tlie Kpoch. mt IIOCKEK.SEC A C INP, Sl'I'T STANFORD CQHPMY Th ittulfri7neil have ntirchased the Florence Washing machine and after a thorough trial, sve take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce It a ucces in every particular, doing an tnai is ciaimcu ior n. Wm Daugherty, J W. Wallace. Dr. Utjurne, Mr S. P halter, A. C. Sine, 1IH Perkins, Lewis lin.l.l.rjr I. 1' I.vnn. I.. L. Dawson. L. v anoy. (.. Amanita Peak. Ceorse Pevton. Alex lloltz. claw, C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. K. Harrow, A M. I'eland and many other M. F. KI.KIN, Headiiuattcrs at S. b Myers' store. A OFFUTT, Proprietor,. LEIIANON, KY. Doors, Sash, lllinds, Frames, Casing, llaic Molding Mantle. Ilrackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newels, Balusters, Verandas, Store 'ronts, Shelving, 5sViln,,l..-- - I.nth.., ("nunirrs. Klonri.nr. Slilinir. -. I llmtnl. in. Send for price before btijing elsewhere, rVr...l T.linih.. J 1. , -, DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Frankfort voted 1,011 to 10 to subscribe $100,000 to the Kentucky 5Iidland Mr. W. G. 5Iarks is now traveling I railroad. in tho South for Voorhles, Miller ond The tariir debate, which wasshut oil Kupio, of Cincinnati, a large clothing by tho exodus of the republican memHouse. bers to Chicago, has been resumed. A locomotive upM't near Junction Surreys, Phaetons, Buokboards, Road Oarts and Spring Wagons, Wallace .Mitchell, who confessed to City Wednesday morning. No one was boy, was taken the murder of a tho best assortment wo have over had, embracing over hint, but several trains were delayed in from the sherifiand hanged at Syracuse, consequence. Kansas. Preparations are on foot to give the The Franklin county grand jury newspaper men who are to assemble Spccl.il D'upatch to the Interior Journal. Tin: Chinese are cnthus.atie over the found fourindictmentsagainst hero July 4th a large and enthusiastic Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of tho hotter I.oi'iNVii.i.K, Junt' 2S, 4 i m. The Tate, the total amount set forth benomination of I lnrrUun. One in Ixmis-villwelcome. Danville alwavs was fond of repetiConvt'iition of Di'inocrntlc Clubs of Kengrades, and includes some of tho very best vehicles made for tho exclaimed with delight: "llullah! ing iMOM.OSo.ST), which embraces "literarv fellers." well alteiuled, considering the Chinee can't votcc, but he can whoope tions, the real proved amount of his tucky is Col. Logan McKee ami his cohorts, trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. steal being '.Mr,000. all gleaming with purple and gold, have nhort notice, ami enthusiasm is away up. like hellee for Ilallison!" returned from Chicago. The colonel is You will bo astonished to sec such a stock in Stanford. It was called to order in Leiderkranz LANCASTER.ARRARD COUNTY. NEVSCBNDENSED. of the opinion that Ilarriion and .MorHall at noon by Chairman 51. C. Alford, I). 51. lackey and Judge Owsley are ton will "get 'em" this time sure nud XWC&aTGr'R. G0SO. 30. At New York Monday over 1100 still on the sick list. The former has of the State Central Committee. certain. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. David It. 5Iurray was then chosen children died from the efiecta of the been seriously ill. l'ev. George O. Barnes passed thro' Several of our citizens will go to chairman and Willis Kinjio secretary. A heat. town Wednesday evening on his way to The Shelby democrats have organ- Nicholasville next Sunday to see and Nicholasville, where he is to hold a call of the counties showed that Home ized the McCrenry Club for the cam- hear the Barnes troupe. meeting. There is a movement on foot clubs have already been organized. paign. H. T. Noel and J. 0. Thompson went Invite him to A plan for general oganization was adoptAt Neal, Casey county, 11. 51. Wil- to Pincville Tuesday to pick up all the among his friends here to of Danville at the conclusion his Nicholliams has been appointed postmaster bargains in that vicinity. ed, which will be given next issue. meeting. vice W. C. Neal resigned. We are now having too much rain. asville An immense ratification meeting will Win. Withers toted a pistol and cusswill Some fears are felt for the safety of the President and 5lrs. Cleveland Imj held with Watturson, Blackevening and likely attend the opening of the Centen- wheat crop. But it is fine for everything ed Emily Guest Wednesday when Jailer F. 51. Shumate went to arbig guns to do nial Exposition at Cincinnati. burn, Hardin and other else. 5Iessrs. John Biiggs and J. H. Cline, rest him he enjoyed himself by having a W. 1. W. The result of the eighth ballot was the talking. Har- of 51arfa, Txas, are in the city with ".'! fight with that officer. He was finall Blaine .", Alger 100, Gresham o!, Tiikki: is but little left to tell of the rison 544, Sherman 118, 5IcKinley 4. ponies and mules, which they have for overjMiwered and taken to jail, and will be tried this morning. Chicago Convention, after the compremen, s;de. Our army consists of but Hon. W. O. Bradley returned from "The Continental degree, or the dehensive telegrams sent u by 5!r. W. 1. but it takes just $l'4,'JM.700 to support Chicago Wednesday, looking as fresh as gree of '70," a side degree in .Masonry, Emerson, of the Louibvillo Times, who them a year, or nearly $1,000 apiece. and a great favorite with (Jens. has a peculiar faculty of getting at the Constable Comu'llec, of Scott coun if he had been nominated for 5Iarion and other patriots of the meat of matters and expressing in a ty, was shot and killed by Caleb Parkor, W. B. Muron, our popular circuit Revolution, was conferred on Brothers quarter of n column what tliv dailies while attempting to servo a summons on girl, H. 51. Linney and Nick 5rcDowell by would spread over a page. After the him. clerk is happy over a . which arrived at his house Wednesday Brother Green Clay Smith on Tuesday. of Hen llitirisoii had been nomination 5Ianda Grimes, locked up for being 7iiade unanimous the next thing was to drunk and disorderly, hanged herself in evening. The lossonltaught by this degree is one Sheriff Tom Itobinson was taken never to be forgotten. set up a vice presidential nominee. her cell at the Dayton, Ohio, Station-housvery ill Tuesday, and it was with diffiFred Hamlman, who gives employGeorge Denny crowded to the front and in Bradley's name in a speech chiefculty he reached his home. He is much ment to more joor people than any one got Win, 5Ioore, a colored man, who asman in town, ami whose account the ly notable for its extravagant and false saulted a white woman at 5Iattoon, III., better at this writing. ICE CMtEAiM FREEZERS Ben batiks find no objection to, contemplates statements and the thundering voice in was taken from jail ami lynched by maskThe nomination of which it was delivered. He was treated ed men. Harrison is quite acceptable to the dem- the erection of large ami permanent very discourteously throughout being ocrats here. They all think he is the buildings to meet the demands of his child Bertie Hollins. a guyed and having "time" railed on him at Knoxville, fell head first into a can softest snap of the bunch. beer bottling business. The only thing every few seconds. He made Bradley a containing a gallon of water and was The firm of Schilling A Ziminer has which causes him to hesitate is the fear IC.vtracts' demi-goand promised the solid South drowned. been dissolved by mututual consent, that nlxiut the time he gets the buildand a good many other things if T. R. WALTON'S. 5Irs. Adamson. of Anderson, Ind., .Mr. Schilling will take the Incaster ings done our lswses may think it adwould fall down and worship who has been blind for '2J vears, claims store and Mr. Zinuner the one at Stan- - visable to enact a few more tentper-ance(band laws. his golden calf the that her sight has been restored by the ford. ELEGANT CSKEEN TEA Phelps and Levi P. "Christian Science Cure." tam of Garrard. an answer 10 uio on repeaicu The democracy of Boyle county or- question, "What's the matter with Ben ganized a club Wednesday night. It. P. .Morton were likewise put in nomina- f WmL-li1ml wiiii.1, if... ' T. R. WALTON'S. res- - Jacobs was elected Pi esideitt and 1!. S. tion and the vote being taken the result vas fntajjy jnjinvd bv the prematute e Harrison?" those interested are ishowed 5Iorton fiOl; Phelps 11!'; Brad discharge of a cannon while ratifying the peetfully referred to Mr. Jiw. Sherman, Nichols Secretary. A committee was ley 10.1; Bruce (col.) 11. 5Iorton's nom- nomination of Harrison and 5Iorton. 0l Ohio. appointed to draft a constitution and byNICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS -- The Louisville Southern surveyors laws. K. W. Ia-- and C. It. Anderson ination was then made unanimous and A11L.& X. iinnwr train broke T. R. WALTON. tho Convention, after throwing out a .iimn-- h n hr'uuo at Hurricane Bavou. have reached Bryantsville, having run were sent to Louisville as delegates to little sop to the temperance element, ad- - nenr Nashville, Tenn., killing tho engin- - two routes from Verchamp to that place, the State league, which meets in ilmt JQUrncd without day. (Thursday.) Whn wo gut jeerand fireman ilnd wounding seven " to Colby Jenkins', the other to Hon. city y A: W. Berkele's. in working order the republican conspir'The vote that Eliiulcy received ,. Club now numbers ators against the peace of the NATION .,! The Buckner 5fost of us had ........I .is prised everybody. T. R WALTON'S. lUJUUllliy MUHVHIl inn avv..tvt looked upon his candidacy as a joke and ietter from t,P captain of the Buckner about 100 members. The club is IlUb had better look out. 5Ir. Kobert I latin, who left Danvillo regarded him a.-- the victim of an insatia- - cjutmls, at Pikeville, informing him of a likely to have any representatives at FOR SALE ! as the org.uiizattion last March for Topeka, Kansas, to emble longing for the unattainable, with an threatened attack on the Pike county Louisville failed sta-- 1 bark in the real estate business, overleaping ambition far beyond ins Aire "I mottlr in n., with jai, by tlie West Virginians to recover came too Into. MfMlihouie on 11, 4 mil. 011 Crab On hard I'Ue. On July 1st there will bo a mail t3 get at once "into the swim," and pretion or ability. That he should have the nmv ,10tc,l Hatfield-- , I K WAI.'IO.V Trm;ay between hero and ferring not to wait went, after 5 ur 0 s route established received 103 votes, scattered through 18 . JJIainc's two cablegrams lead: formis therefore a wonder and shows ,,L,,tlvji..r,ticsl all friends to respect my (Yrtb Orchard. A bus will be put on, weeks, to Denton, Texas, where he FOR what gall and a lack of material can do Pi," letter." "I think I have the right flhieh Will make it very convenient for ed a pattnership with his brother, J no. a leading dry goods merchant. desiring to attend the springs. A. Haim, If above it not mI4 will rrtit the hou.e it a lor a man. to ask inv friends to rvMwi't my wMies persons re4NMlil figure T K WAI.To.V The Luicaster politicians are, now Tho proceeds of 50 shares of stock in tho The tlckot k nut A at- as stiong as it Lnij ri,fraju fn voting for inf. Please conventions are over, busily Farmers National Bank ol Stanford, to " that the might have been, though it is more re inaKctms aim lormer uispuiciies engaged in discussing the tariir. The bo bold next .Monday, he exacts to inspectable than any combination that universal that what vest ill the Denton enteiprise. While candicould have bjon effected with the If we cannot beat this ticket we can opinion is almost Harrison beat none at all. But we can beat it. we need is a reduction of that obnoxious in Topeka he noticed with gratification dates before the convention. the prosperity of the fetrimer family, is chiefly noted for beins the grandson There is in it nothing either captivating monster. Harry is on foot to or- born and raUed in Danville. Thero is a movement s of the president, who only lived a month or imposing, and it sets out on its caganize a stock company and buy the the principal of a high school, tho equal to enjoy the honor, while 5Iorton's journey witli death staring it in pacity lies principally in the fact that tho fac. By all means let the battle Luicarter mills. Theie are no better of ordinary colleges; Jerry Boyle is a successful lawyer, William, the mills in the country than thoo and it Courier-Journahe has n "bar'l." Harrison is a very begin. ought to be money made owner of a large dry good store, while rich man, too, so with tho aid of th A mob of .".0 armed men attempted looks like there 'iterative emthe younger boys all I. money devils who clamor for further to take Dr. Hourigan from the jail at bv them. , socially, The prospects for a fine school at ployment. All are the country Lebanon and hang him, but they weie we in.iy exp.-e- t protection, are very and diil a good thing for themselves to bo flooded with money to debauch successfully resisted. The Doctor kill- Garrard College next session -, Profs. .Skinner ami Taylor when they left Kentucky for Kansas. Sam Hays, some- llatteiing. the honest voter. L"t it com'- they ed his brother-in-law- , have made a splendid impression upon the deluge ami csiit their votes time ago, under ciieums-laneecan stand that did our people and all are pulling for the as they will for Cleveland, TImrman not warrant so desperate a course. and tariff reform. President Cleveland, accompanied College. Good enough. J. V. Cook, J. S. P.obinsoii and THE GEKTS' FUMISHER, by Secretaries Bayarl and Vilas, left O.v the eighth and last ballot the Kenmorning for Fleece Itobiimon sold IMK) acres of land, Washington Wednesday 513 4th St., Louisville. tucky delegation voted Alger 1; Blaine 1; Charlottesville, to attend the commence- part of the Henry Bruce farm, to .Mr. 7, Gresham '; Harrison lo; Sherman of Pinoville. forS4-- ier acre. It Thcfahionofhcdy in the (Jent' Furimh. of Vir- Mn-the way ment exercises of the Universitydrove to is fine land. 51r. .Mom will build on the Ing line will alwiy he found in my tore. I am but when "Gen." Bradley ginia, after which the party the cat had jumped he ambled to the 51onticello, the old home of Thomas Jef- place ami move here about September ajent lor the Imliin.iph Steam Laundry, thr bett Laundry in the world. front and seconded the motion to make ferson. the 1st. unanimous and Harrison's nomination Mr. 5Iortimer Hot h well, familiarly LOUIS SOHL.EGEL, The people of Hawkins county, Tenpromised to give him Kentucky. He one overthecon-duc- t known as "Peck," concluded to ride nessee, are much stirred up rechad a hard timu getting the chair to of BriggsA Cline, of a Methodist evangelist, Itov. Win. of the unbrokc ponies ognize him, but he was finally successful, but he was not equal to the task, being ICV. Winfrey, who has been charged with K1CII.MOKD and when ho got to shooting oil his forging tho names of prominent citizens pitched sprawling on the ground by the catch phrazes the boys began to call seconds. Ho will be Photograph in all tyle and ue. I'irliirei in to promissory notes for large sums of broncho in about (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) "time" and the general hail to retire in money and then discounting the notes. wiser next time. India Ink, Crayon ind W.iter Color. New de. very low,rice. l'AVOIUTi: l.lNKIIhTVvT.KN TIIK NOKTII AND SOUTH disgust. 5Ikses Nellie Bay and Minnie Walk- kigniinl'Viiiit.iiJ MiU.U Warrants have been issued for him, but er are attending tho meeting of tho LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' Gen. Wil- ho has tied. IlAiimsos's Prof. G. S. O. DAVIS, The postmaster general has issued an Chautaiiquans at Iexington. INaSi-MOCKS. liam Henry Harrison, Old Tippecanoe D. .Moss, who gave such satisfaction as of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Through Cars to Now Orleans, Louisiana and Tyler too, was absolutely sung in- order in compliance with a recent act Woodand Florida Twico Daily. upon a teacher here, wfll remove to to ollice by his admiring partisans, but Congress, which puts a penalty MJ VKUXON.IvV. of an offensive bine, where he has a school. The best THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. Bonjaminvill hardly get there Eli by "anything in tho natuio 5Iiss-e-s upon an wishes of our people attend him. Drug Store. IC T liJ X AH HIIOliT I . I XIC Office next door to Whitehead' that or any other method. Hard cider or threatening dun, apparent Sallie Anderson and Allie Brown will card, given to diieie of children cut a big figure in that campaign too, but envelope outsido corner or postal coming Special attention suggestion that such teach the public school here tho the republicans dare not rfcvivo that in- or conveying the CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY C, 1888. is inclosed, and will be excluded as session teresting feature in theso prohibition dun XiTTMBELB "STARD ! under this act." Carpenter Case. The days, as niiu-- as they would like to. The lllfiVDDOWN JtlCAJi UJ John 5Iontcrief, night watchman for To the Kditor of the Interior Journal barrel will cut a big figure, but it will TkaTn KTYUTiT TUAINS NORTH; 27. The testimony in Ohio & 5Iississippi ltailway Co , at So.Mi:iisET, Juno the purchaned the lumber yatd of Mei.r. of cider. have No. 1, No. j. not bo a barrel No. 7. "No. 3. No. 6. N"o. 4." n?o. 8. open M Urine STATIONS. 5It. Vernon, Indiana, while assisting in the Carpenter caso all in this morning. C.eorge 1). Wearen .indiuriliated of and willearen. Daily. No. a. Mr. V a big yard at the one Daily. I.x. him, Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily. I Daily. ill carry W.u.tku Kvaxs does not lovo "Gen." transferring baggage, caught bold of a Lawyers will begin tho argument imme- lleide lumber in rough and drencd,and v.thingle, a large line of window athe door 8 17 a m 4 03 p in S fl p mi 7 55 a m lve... .Cincinnati A'rv 640 a mi 641 pm 1025 a m' 600pm Bradley and thinks his contest for the satchel and tossed it into tho baggage diately. Thus far the trial has progressV picket fence "!"' 9 51 a in j 47 I'm 9 35 pm' lath. jot and the Villiaimtowii....lvc j 13am 8 30 a in 4 22 p S. O. 1IOLM.K Mr. Wearen. (icorKctown vice presidency the most laughable thing car. At tho same moment n loud report ed quietly and harmoniously. 4 10 ,t 1059 ni 702 pin 10J7 pin 714 a m 3 08 p m Lexington a p in 7 35 pm,tl 05 pm 10 15.1 a m' 15 pni; 7 00 a m 2 40 pm 3 48 3 Gen. Wolford addressed the "world of tho day. Ho has been charged with was heard, and 5Iontcrief reeled to the Danville 12 jo pin 8 50 pm la 15 pin 30 t 28 uiu 3 30 a in lop m a 15 a m Junction City 15 pm 9 10 pm la 30 a m1 a in 3 10 p in j 20 a in i 00 p m instigating the Chicago Tribune article, ptatform, wounded in the breast from a and tho rest of mankind" last night on To the Farmers of Lincoln and a 05 a in'ii 3" pm Somerset 00 p m 115.1 in t sop in i 30 Jt in 05 a m Oaktlalc 6 Garrard Counties- 5 aj a ml 3 15 p ni but ho characterizes tho statement as a ball which was discharged from a pistol tho vital importance of sending hint 9 55 pm 11 25 a in 7 2$ a m Ar' v., .Chattanooga..,. I, 'vc 7 lop m 9 to a in 820 a m 1000 p m I was a little sick 4 00 a m in tho satchel. It is thought he is seri- back to Congress. falsehood. simple ,.i 8 50a in 6oe pm 1. vc.i.iiattauoog.1 Ar v 6 ao j in ,., Ar'v 10 pmi... Attalla l5pmL The Stanford Kollcr Mill Company wants your ously injured. and henco unablo to hear him. IS p m' 11 10 pin I.'ve. Ilirminghain whole wheat crop oft!83, and will pay inca.h the M 35 pm 330a in We regret to learn that our friend, 51essrs. Hill, Alcorn and Welch, of higher market juice for it. Io not ll w. hout Tho floods along the .Mexican CenM..Tiikcalooa Geo pin ta 48a in 9 10 a m 40 a m '". Meridian it as pm 4 1011 ni Ar'v lve aoa m1 10 30 pm Hawthorne Hill, proprietor of tho 5Inys-vill- tral Hailroad have been terrible in their Stanfoid, and Yerkes, of Danville, are lim.ccing Superinlendent I'oltj at b 30 a m 9 30 a in Ar'v ..New Orleans ,.1,'vc guopm, 500pm undersigned. Republican, has been forced to consequences, both to human life ami to arrayed in force for the defense. Dick the ,, 1'rcs. Stanford Holler Mill S ion m !, .werminn ar v, iocoii Ar'v fi ,, J, in 9 en m . ve.... Jackv,,, an assignment with liabilities property. Tho latest estimate received Warren is manipulating tho prosecution make 11 10 a in j. ve....Vickknrjf ,m 4 p m seems a bad year for I 4 Jo VH...I.IMU IUC I Itnn n m about S.'),000. It places the number of houses destroyed with his usual zeal and ability and ren8 15 jim r v....hhreveport 6 con m republican papers. mm tno homeless fami- dering efficient aid to tho representatives in Leon at :.','--N. 11. Train No. 9 leaves Oakdale at s ?5. A tt, anil arrive in Chattanoaga at 9 oo,a i. No. 10 leavc than 1,000. According to it, of the commonwealth. 00, 1'. at Oakdale t wait until tho Kentucky news lies at more Voters of Lincoln County: Chattanooga at 5 IlufTct M., and arriveson all trains. at 825. Sleeping Cars Mann lloudoir Somerset was visited this morning by To The itself together more than '2oQ bodies have been recov1B88 iind I paper convention gathers M. COI.I.HUAN, C.en'I Krl. JOHN C.OAUI.T, General Manager, The Tax Hook are now ready for I'asi. Agt. ered front tho ruins, and there is no a general and much needed rain, 'which K. CAKKOI.I., General Superintendent. at Danvillo next week, and tho admiring probability that the entlio number of makes tho clever population look more am ready to receive the taxe. Kveryhody will General Office, St. I'aul lliulillng, West l'ourth come Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, plea S. L. C. world will see a convention as is a con' J. A. B clever still. the dead will fall shoit of 700. vention. LtfvNvllle Times. Jess so. Tiuncjh arc not going to bo lovely In the republican camp in Ohio this camoraker'ri treatment of Sherman, paign. first giving liim n half heated support and 20. 1SS8 then abmdonlng him when he might Stanford. Ky. have stood some sh w is nut calculated atc. At to restore harmony in that V. V. WALTON. democratic ticket, with the any rate the bcht man in Ohio on it, stands more than a fighting chance for success there. THE KIDS ORGANIZING. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 1 BUGGIES, CARRIAGES Jx e WEARENT, :W-od- d ht t. Wah-ingto- n, nine-poun- d e. wfi Kid-glov- e d T. R. WALTON'S. for Ice Cream d thecon-ventio- n . b.meh-legge- 1 n . to-da- j i Fruit Jars Scaling Wax ! -- to-da- Fifiy-ai- e "Kar-Statc- RENT! I jmu-lic.- pieca-riou- l. hts.-Jass- s WOOD WALLACE, i s. PHOTOGRAPHER, ; QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. 'A grand-dadd- Tit 77-t- f. non-mallab- J 1 . I Gb fa'"'' 111 .1 111 1 1 111 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 . o 1 4 o 11 " TAXES TAXES .Ii-s- Ai fo""'!,?.,,, . V M mmmmmm Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal U.c.walton, tius, Manaptor Stanpohd. Ky., .June 'J'J, 1888 Mr. James IT. Uyau nntl Miss Ilosie Ixwt. A solitairedianiond ring. Find-i- t Gross wore married at Mr. Nicholas will receive reward by leaving at this Mocker's, Ottcnhcim, on the 27th. ollleo. Foil Sam: cut lot. l'ur fin Hilt Mr. John . Carpenter, after an illness of nearly six months of most intense Dunn, HiiH'ering with abscess of the liver, O1.11 Ar.vr M.miv, wife of Honey Hays, breathed his last Wednesday evening at after whom lloneyvillu took its name, his home near HuMonville. Mr. Car-die- d Wednesday. penter had been a particularly healthy TT man all of the ill yearn of his life, until ,. riiTV shares of Stock in the laruiersi alllicted with the above disease and Itank, of Stanford, will be sold Hiillering as he had been for the at auction here next Monday" by Mr. though ,7 ,r List three montliH never Itobert Hann, of Danville. iinunnured. He was an universally po- Tiik Presbyterian ladies were busy ular man and was held in the highest ts- yesterday putting down their new car- - teem by his neighbors, who have the pet. Their new chandelier has been best of chances to find out a man,and al- though not a professor of religion, no put up and is the finest in this sesion. " ; one did moro to further good than he, settling jnlwaV8 h(.lpinK churchcB( it metered liiisTofJuly. the semi-annutune is near at hand and .us a gentle re-- j not of w,mt (k.no,ninntion, with either minder we would suggest to thoe MUiu money or workf whent.vc.r hL. thought it ingii. their accounts to call ii and see wafl niJ(.CSH.,ry. He married Miss Maggie if they owe us anything. ! White, of Clay county, and their union with three children looking body ,,f lnw Iwcn Pi.iuiAPsthe finest men (V;, as well as the greatest amount who with their mother survive him. Mr. of brains (71 ever assembled will be the i CnrjHJiitcr left an estate valued at some 10,000, but it is not known whether or Kentucky Press Association, which connot lie made a will. His remains were venes at Danville Julv 4th. followed by a large concourse of friends MutsiiAi. Caupkntkh arrested some l.Vtothe 1 ustonville cemetery, where they or '0 little Ikivs yesterday for playing wen; laid to rest at 3 o'clock Thursday ball around the depot. They were car-- evening, Klder Joseph Ualloii olllcia-ric- d before Judge Carson, who dismissed ting, ! thcwi, as it was their llrst as well as a wnrmrmmm' CHURCH AFFAIRS. not very grave o(Tene. Mrs-Faiinl- o j Tiiebk will he u grand picnic nt I'loas-an- t Point chttrch on thu 4th of .Inly. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. NEW ADVEIITIHEMENTS. BANK STOCK FOR SALE. I will offer at public talc Home door in Stanford, on Madison Female Institute, A home school for the hlehcr education of younfr women. Art. Mtmlo nml Literary De- imrtmcnti. Location ncnitiiy, faculty competent, tcrmn rcatonablt for advanuget offered Iloniil, fuel, IlKlitc. nhlnjc nml tuition In Mtcrnry Dcimrtmnnt nnd MuMr for IU0.00 fol Ion from September till June. Without muslo 1200.00. tcu Send for cntatoguo to ttjtfmrtMl lefore the Court Ii:nt. DEATH'S DOINGS. My Iiouhu anil urtirnlnrH tall on .Holiday, July 2, 1888, PubllahodKvory TuoBdny find Friday. AT County Court day, fifty iharct of Mock in the r'armira National Hank of Stunfcrd, Ky KOIII HANS', 40 Danville, Ky l Si KriaN' I Aod.lc Principals, fff RICHMOND. KY. "fU'licii ti.t so paid $2, BO will he, i turned "'" 7?rT LADIES I & NEW ! NEW! NEW GENTLEMEN A CARD TO THE PEOPLE O? LINCOLN COUNTY. L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train (joins North ,,,,,,, OF STANI'OKI). keep :l nice ami neat little store on I.ancatler ttrcct. I keep everything nice anil neat anil try cheap; to II jou j;et hungry or dry, thlt it the place to buy. If you don't believe inc, call and Ketpcctfully, tc J T IIARKIh 6 J5 p South he laltir trains alsoiarry pas.inijers. 1 he ahove It culculatetl cm standard time. Solar time it about ao iiilnute fatlir. 1 . spr.es train " South ' " N'oith Local Freight North I " " 11 31 tviuth pin 131pm . (CMIILILJ(Kr(& 113711m & 25IMM1EB 630am 111 117am TO HORSEMEN. I am now fully prepared to train race horM;, gait iaddle h0n!c. break honei to harneaa and trottera. Alto to doctor hortca; nocurc.no Uric K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. p.iv. I Ak "Ti? Train lease Kitwland at 5 35 a and return at C p in anil 8.40 p m. MEANS m and 7 ?o a m BUSINESS. bled KACKS: I will have races at the race course at Cr.ih Orchard every Tiud.iv and Saturday during I uly and AuuuH, for undole hortca only. No race horM: allowed to enter .SCOTT tAHItlS, Crab Orchard. 30 I Watches anil jewelry repaired and warranted. A. It. Penny. Catoii oil, lard oil and nmohino oil of all kinds at McKoborts & Stngg's. TiikIk'cI place to hny drugs, patent medicinoa and toilet articles is at A. It. Penny's. Buy your school IsMiks, ink, tablets. j XT, pencils and school supplies of all inds from A. It. Penny. I guarantee all watches and every article of jewelry I Hell to lie just a A. It. Penny. ropro-MMite- LO:Z"ID &c CO., o l-- Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly occupied by Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s Bakery, Restaurant and California Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everything in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Fies, Cakes and the Best of Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. Try their Ice Cream; it takes the Cake. We do our own work. Come and buy at first hands. Satisfaction guaranteed. Respectfully, SCHILLING & ZIMMER, Wholesale and Retail. McKINNKY, KY. IlriiK. Medicine, the fainoui Syrup ol FIrs and to uet your ptiscriptinrn promptly and cor rectly nllto at all hours, and to net your hlaple Croceriis, fine Cigars, Toilet Article, S.C., to I.od : Co , MtKliiney I)r j A WILLIAMS will attend to our drug dcpartmtnt; nUo attend to the wants of the ick, nlht or day, In town or country jq PLEASE OBSERVE THAT 1 M'ROBERTSSTAGG HAVK d. Mountain Iands I SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. Mi:. .1. K. Huron went to Somerset terday on a business trip. .Viis. Fanmi: I.. Ahamh, of Mt. Vernon, was liere Wednesday. Mi"H M vrnnCnx Ik hack after n stay at liroonsburg. Mum. S. P. Stauo ha returned from a visit to Mr. and Mr. II. P.. Stum.', in Cas-ecounty. two-monty jw Kev. U. V. Yancey, late of Ineas- I have 400 acre i, more or !es, of Mountain, Dkhotiuts should recollect the Coal volition called for next Monday to noini- - tor, is holding an interesting meeting at and Ia imler Lahd t that I will akII at a bargain I nitre iore mimui rent lor furniture and uti dertakiiiK, hardare or tinner'n itablihment. nate a candidate for sherill' and turn out Morelieiui. for further infurma-natioICltl- - J. G. Livingston will preach at Theearc pood in full force. Mr. Newland has no opK-- 1 C. W .M 1.1 CALF write to I'arLourville, Ky. sition, but this should not prevent anon-- May wood Saturday night, :50th, and at 38 con-- j A FUILIL ASSOIiriCMMiMT -- OF t P. P. Mm 11111:11, of Kiioh Nostor, Mo., in hero winding up the estate of the late Peyton Kmbreo. Missus Amamm Axt)i:itM)x and Ada Farm, of Garrard, wore with relatives Jp're Wednesday. Mit. and Mil". A. !. Hi mi an have taken rooms at Mr. Joe F. Waters' on I'pper Mniiihtrcet. Mas. It. I!. MoHoiikiits, of ljuieastcr, were guests of Mr. II. .1. Mn. ani Me-llnbo- Wednesday. Mn. m s Mil". P. C. Svsiiiimui and Mk Luna Sttmlidgo are in luilnvillc, the gue-t- . of the Alexander Hotel. Mil. .1. W. Mtt'riiDV, afler a three weeks' viit to one of Stanford's prettiest girl, left Thursday for his home in Kan sas City. Miss A.snii: C. Si'K.Ntmt has roiic to Lebanon, Ohio, to attend the summer session of the Normal Cniveisity at that place. Winchester Sun. Mi- A 1.1.1 r: Ui Hint:, of this county, is attending the Normal School at Iobanon, . She is already a graduate, but wish- men. es to perfect herself in (lie nit of touch-- i iiu. .1 A No. 1 Co. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical WatchSale. Centnd Mission revival, up to this Mu. (iitAN MmssiioN tells us that three,, ite, has resulted in VJQ confessions. The Farm coniamt S Acres, vtuatcd on the maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness boysof some Uito loyearskilled lSyoung The good work goes steadily on. Cour- - Springfield and l'errvillc r.ikp, 5 mile from the and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Gla3S33 to suit the former and 8 milt from Lebanon Surrounded turkeys for him. He knows them and by Kood neighbori, cIko' and i.hurchvs and i eye. adaiited to all thr faiorne gram and gratte grown if there is a repetition of it ho says that We hail the pleasure of mcetii g in Kentucky. Ha good home, Larn and other ' will make them stiller the full extent of jr0. Harnes and the rest of the trout e outbuildings Plenty of av.ing water and in n high the law. We will withhold their names t Junction Citv Wednesday. Tiny addrci.tate of cultivation For further particular. E.S POWELL, Hiitonillc, Ky, for the present. wore on route to Nicholasville ami look- Tiik pitcher of the Kow lands walktsl ing sjdendidly. Hro. Harnes said hehad To the Farmers of West Lincoln, &o IDIRITO-a-ISpoint after that meeting. Let Casey and Elsewhere. " mysteriously into our ollice vostordav his Stanford friends iedouble tlieir and handed u a folorn hmking pietuie whicli was wiitten something, forts to get him to come lieie. Hiini; I'cjn ..m!x.r.'til hy Mr C C proprietor of Huktimvillc ftollcr Milli, as hii STATIONERY, Will he please furni'.Ii u with a diagniiu ' agent lor tlie purcnaic ii wneat in tln section of DRUGS, BOOKS, AND TRADE ITEMS. FARM ..uiitry, I call with conftdcii. e on my old and tried of the joke, its purport, point and where fricluU of th farmirtg pubMc to see me l.eforc tnFANCY ARTICLES, &C. thelanglieouieJin Itnvi.i- - K..fi In LJ:ifll? eight-hoicond-hand engine for the tradetheir, rot. t i!..tvh.r. am familiar witli about twent) im, ihehu.liicss fiel varranted, thercfure, in the I'liy.lciaas prvsi riptious accurately compounded. WWon, M'gr. Kviatv gotwl dem.Mit shouhl attend sak' 'wlV- Gl'declaration that I will be able to taciliiate the At CrabbV Jersey Nile at Kminoneo, transfer ol our crop to the advantage of all conVbo meeting of the Cleveland & Thur-- ' cerned. 35 J. II GKEEN. ,s "'ri-- ' mM' s ,,owh avoravod man Club at 7: a1"1 U) hvlhr nveniged S!:i.o0, gener- night. There Is a good deal of THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, acrago coi.tfc); toiai 5i,.-UIU.IC sali: OF A business to lie attended to and a meetGov. McCreary has wired his acceptCLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERVARE. ing of the repii (tentative democrats of Timance of an ofler of f JO acre for 1,000 Kver rrouzht to this market. Prices lower than l this part of the county is dtsiicd. acres of land he owns at Heattyville. Vatches, Clocks and Jewelry He. the lowest. paired on short notice and warranted. Tut: Deppon Imse bell club, of Iiuis-vill- The tract cost him ?J an acre originally. u4v. Ai have challenged the I si ration .lorn-nai.- s Col. John T. Hughes, of I'ayette ilci'd, Knerntrix of Mr. Fiira.eth M Carpenter, uillfcll puhluly the premises on and will likely piny a game, or per- county, sold to S. II. Conklin, of New SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1888, haps two, about the Kith of July. This York, a pair of premium seal brown car 'the Farm of iS Aire. Mtuated a miles from 0 s nage norsesanu a unppic ciiesiinu gem- game, as the will lie an iutcrc-tiu- g anil 1, ini!ts fr im Murel.ind Station, on the new ItiiKtontille and M.llcdi.ll. j.ikc 33 is the crack young nine of for $;t,(X0. lllg acre in a state of cultiation .ind the reLV , , mainder in iluabh' white oak anJ other timber, VX1 the I. .Vs. will put in their best Winchester Court. :00 cattle nuch at. hickory and poplar. Comfortable dwell-n- , tion. ' thiisiastic endorsement and a renomina- - ' . ""' (51 "teht. t-- Sunday Morning and WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Washington Farm For ko Mo T e er FENNY, JEWELER, I ""'MM"; e I- VanAr-dal- i - ' , -Se- I - I fS&t -- theCourt-IIoUfOto-inorro- ! 111 o. -P- 1111 Fine Farm and Fine bered Lands. I . e, c Dep-pen- lmir-villea- ud 11U 6? vmcs P. lt.ui.nv mud T. I. Newland went to Somerset Wednesday in nnswer to a telegram from thu sheiiU'of Pulaski, who wants Uiem iw witnesses in the Wallace Cnrfnl.'rciine. Gov. Itu km'.ii. Gen. Hewitt and Mr. Procter passed Tin dny, nocninpaning riiiulcs Dudley Warner, of Harper's To Mv CYsTOMr.ip.. The llrst of July, Weekly, ti I'iticxille and oilier points in settling time, is now at tlie the mountains, where they will lay hand and I ask those of my customers of that rich him the great indebted to me to come forward ami set'js.cti.m in iniiieiitls and timber. on day. semi-annure cs Sintr the late city council witli such desperate cnrnetne.s forced the east end to lay iMiveinents, why cannot the prvM'iit borird provide sidewalks for the west end, where they are timet terribly needed. There is a ureal deal of complaint fnmi the citbens of that end of the town. i IV I. Tin: ICC. announces that it will sell tiwiruuht. ASSOCIATION, KIKKSV1LIU, KV 1. S. Some of the good Haptist broth-- ! tickctH July !!, 11 and I, good to return up lixisvii.i.i:. .1. X Jloitoleo vas over iron out this way earnestly desire to to the 7th, at one fare for the round-triWill Ik Id trtwir am tul fair 11 thair uretinds 1 at Kingsville this week and tells us that know why they are still held responsiThis will enable you to attend the ble place is enjoying ijuito a boom; bio for the pay of their machines, when miles from Kirkswllu mi Centennial Exposition at Cincinnati which is being incieaseil by J. II. Mc-- I they hud settled the same with tlieir which boging on the Hli at very little JV1LV 27 AK23 2S, 18SS.1 Koo'h immense crop of peaches. He has dear brother, K. - Dawson. He.spt. cost. 1). (J. S. LVi.OOO trees and for several days ho liasi I.IIieral premiums and t;eud n:iuai;einent have Why is it that your llus-di- d A iJukiiiiy. SnvKUAt. of the young people from this Iieen shipping largo quantities of splun- made this one of the loremost Stuk fairs of the has never visited ripe ones at $1 a bushel. The trees tonvillo correspondent place attended Miss Pattio 'fribble's tie-bState. For catalogues and puticular address, party at her homo at Junction City are bending down under tho luscious us? Perhaps he is afraid that this J II WALKLK, Secretary. Mr. MeKoe, who is an Ohioan tor may put some of "Dan Slaughter's Tuesday night and all icturiicd" praising ;, Kirksville, K his in the highest terms both the entertain-nientan- d and knows how to make all the edges exuberant vivacity of spirit" into the lovely young hostess. Some out, will realize a handsome, mini. All heels and send him (h 1) Lexington, Will ho kindly accept kimls of fruit are plentiful in the sue'! wards. .10 or more coupleH were present and enKentucky. .'Id and Ith and dancing until tion, while there was never seen such a invitation to spend the joyed tetea-tetewe tlo tilings up tills In the meantime an elegant crop of blackberries. The woods nro us and see how o'clock. supper, prepared by that queen of euin-iht- , full of land buvors. as well as workmen way. Should lie conclude, to dot so . . t liIaii r ...Ill l.niiii i jit. .i mimu w nr - THE BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL FOR .Mrs. A. Tribble, was partaken of, WHO are gelling oill aim snipping vasii xium, ne win mnu mi tmii behind me satan." lies- -' YOUNG LADIES IN THE STATE. . and from what thusu who attended say, amountHof staves, shingles and otlier claim "(let thou D. t.5. .Slaucihtuii, flr Catuloauetoj.j. PATTERStjN.PntST. pectfullv, lumber. it must have been a loyal one. - that tle their accounts promptly A number of accounts are due on that L.dy I'r..ii.ip il ,,!l"" ""'P""' " 37 date and it is verv necessary that I liavei '"'K ". Millersburg, K) Vox lpr-rTiii:iii; will be a Imji at Walton' what is due me 1)V July the M at tin.-- , f"11 li'tlw.r to Kin- l'ox and Han ). Appleby being nelling for S.'lS.OlKI, L. It will be gion in outside. II.C. ltupley. House tlie purchaser. This is the highest price honor of the visiting ladies here. Con-tractors- . 1'.ii.i.iki:ii. While at the mill Tucs-- I over pntd in this country, either for a WoiiKiiKM havi loiimiciiccd on the dav, our good friend, Supt. W. X. l'otts yearling or for a thoroughbred of any Sunday-schoo- l room, which is to be atsuddenly lost the use of his left side. 'ago, the highest price heretofore IiuIiik l.i3.w?l?fcfeh!".,. S h".2"d ' uVslanfordt tached to the leiir of the Christian He was taken at once to his home, since yearling and ."Slfti.OUO for a Kentucky, on church. old. It is also the highest which lie has regained somewhat the thice-yea- r 30, 1888, (toons almost given away. Nothing use ol HIS arm, Out Ills leg reinsert to puce ever pain any wneie 101- a ;vein nug. A contract t r tic constructi " of five miles of like it before. Come and see. Auction iierforiu its functions. .Mr. 1'ottn has King Thomas is a Kentucky colt, but turnpike road, known as the every Saturday at 10 a. .m. to 10 i m. had a slight stroke before and recovered, when sold was the property .of llaggin, WAYNESQURC & HICHLAND TURNPIKE, which animates the hopes of his friends the California turfman. Ilrinkley it Ititi., .lunction City. In Lincoln county, pnsllegi' rtscrved to re that he will soon be all right again. ject any hid u huh may in t v .m(.iunry t.n Mv accounts will be icady by July 1. uinecrs Miecificctions and urotile fork. .id work can DRIPPING SPRINGS. hevcen at the office cf V II Miller in M..11 fcrd , on tlie tuirt Il iieemiiif. nf Hope everyone that knows himself inexplain the contract. -- C.ran.l Ith of July picnic ami ball. ho will same time termsof the and on the same of the foreman, the mention of .Misses At the and place debted to me will call and settle as will be the last and only public ternih must have the money to meet my own Annie and Kiln Shanks' partv on Friday, Kvorybody iscordial-dnv'- s Tucs-- ! I''''"''' thisscason. debts. This means everybody. A. T. evening last failed to appear in n Seven Miles issue. It was a most deliuhtful af- - ly invited and all who wish to do so Of Nil mie! Icy. Stanford and Ottenhiim Turnpike llonil hring their dinners, or they can get willthe let fair and tlioiw voung ladies, who have; ' he Oris P. Niiui nii fell from a cherry .Inn.. m much for the eniovment of the ' o.vcellent dinner liero for ."0 cents. tree while gathering cherries Tuesday voung people of Stanford, have more 'The ball room will be fioe to all in tho KIRK.SV5E.I.E and bioko the, big bone of his light than ever placed the inenibeis of society forenoon and the dance will begin wrist. The break is a painful one and under obligations to them. The 000:1- - promptly at 10 o'clock. Oursheiill and will rol) Mr. Newland of the use of his sion of the entcitainmont was to meet deputies will be hero and good order is Kcspoct-- , ami for sovoral months. Miss 1'ickett, of Shclbvvillo, who is assured. Come everybody. V, LOCAL LORE. lot of 1,Ui0 ioiuids average of MX) pounds $L'l.ot); 117 libs., $:t.- and.10 head of ,'M)- pound cattle at S4.:it). Sun. Itoot A Carter, 01 this county, Isjught sheep last fall. They kept them through the winter at a .mall cost and have already sold enough wool and lambs to pay for what they cot having "." more head than they started with. There is evidently good money in slice) when managed as they should be. llaggin's wile of (VI yearling thoroughbreds at New York realized King Thomas, a yearling colt, by A sold at stable and never fatlit.c well near the door Farm will be sold in lot. or as a whole, to Milt I uill also sell at the same time and puriliKKcr place 15 hi resof timbered lmd near Hide's Well, 1 ' miles from Stanford. Terms made known on day if!ale Sjle to commence at 10 o'clock 'Iht j; SEW FURNITURE STORE f OP mac:k M ITM A D.A CAKI'FNTKU, Kxt. HILLERSBURG ln-i- des FEMALE Whcrcjnnr in ilarghU'M COLLEGE! School hl Ikw tu ! e A Modern Progressive true nomen, msmciI as th SCIENCE, ItF.V .!lleti L1TERA7UHE, Address ART & MUSIC. $11-,-77.- C I'OI'K, President, orMKS. S C. TKL'F.HKARl', a t. . m m ITotioa to Will keep constantly 0:1 hxud a larg-- and select Una of Furniture andJJUndertaker's Good3. My prices will bo aa low as such goods can be bought in the citie3. Giv2 nio a trial nr.d you will b3 convinced that I sell lo.v;;r thin t.3 lowest. SK.'-'i- X) j f' - Saturday June GOFFIMS, GASKETS, I ROBES. ' ' I 1111 I j- 1 and I;ilf I ' THE fy- Ki.AUWirr.it. STOCK FAIR j WALL FAFEB and FTJHITIT U J3. COMPLETEISTOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. p. m ' Its. Vo ut UWPXM if 9 Is Receiving' His n 1 Hftimmm ' MERCHANT TAILOR SPRING" AND SUMMER Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, ; Female ygiQlLlklEigj . . . . 1 . . GOODS. Give him a Tl'ial. tf Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal in DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, The Work of a Minute. A ray of light travels 11,100,000 u Nicknames of Nice Things. miles GROYER CLEVELAND, Of New York. For ALLEN G. THUR3IAN, (If Ohio Kor Judge ol the Coutt of Appeal,., JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, The Man who Swears will not Steal. To the Kditor Interior J uirn il ) in The Hi'V. Mr. Xool, of Iim-astcr- , cliiiinlii". the authorship of tlio ivmiirk 1 . I'rof I'sxton iaui(r rMj;iied, the Trustee. t, for whifli S.un Jones 1ms had tln Stanford I'ciuale College de.ire to etnp! a I'm will that "a man who swears opal for the Inttilulion. Addicital Slant r.l, ijt, jS, Htwil. limit;.- a Mr. Noel is lahorln J M HUM). t;i:n 11. wI:aki'.v. Com e strong dt'liixioii if he believes such fool) J W. AI.COKN, ish expressions ns that will iulu to his St. Peter (to assistant) "Anybody at reputation for wisdom and piety. the gate while I was at luncheon?' limtiowilrr never varies, A marvel l purity Courier Journal. Wo have loo oo.l nn ec .nmual es. sir. a ismti-'- t ireaen- - strength ami umictimenctt would Assistant opinion of Mr. Xoel to think he than the ordinary kin l. and cannot be told in claim the authorship of sueli ilamuable er. competition with the multitude of low lett, thort Hcljht poder S"ld only rot or give utterance to it. St. Peter- -" Why didn't vou let him cam alum or photphitelliMNt, 1'im'inn Co., in xincl 25 KotAL ) You are right nnd I thank you, Walllaiiilfitonian,,(t dim li Imp Mcini;cr. 106 Wall Street, New York in liill's Vermont, liy Downing'. Vermont, Hire ni Two mile South nl Stanford on Neul'n Creek ton, for your direct manner In resenting miles. the d unnf lininoi.ij J in, it dam liy Coluinliun, Assistant "I asked him about how Addreif mr at C arli.le, K W.CItAIC, (llarLlett) ton of t oliitnliu., kite nl I'onlidrnce. Kvery minute 000 pounds of wool long a sermon he was in the habit of Hitch an attack, hut here comes nty own a S, jd dam li) llcrrand, lre of the dam ul N'rlo dear Dorse, reminding me of the dark grow in this country, and we have to dig preaching and he said from an hour to I a Candidate for neiiray, 1 1; jn nam (Jill'n .inicnu-- , tire 01 me to the office of dam ol C II111 n, Vermont i the aire of ji 01 tons of anthracite coal and L'OO tons of democracy days of our own: llonnvr Hoy, ij, lilacs Maria, 1 Xi'i. l.ad) ()a on hour ami a half." San Francisco Sheriff, mbject t the action of the 1 crt, and l.oifan 1 iosj ; al.o lre ol Hie dam. uf l)ick should remember the days when bituminous coal, while of pig iron we Wasp. S , (tamhetta W like and N'ut s, I he Km", mjh, Nellie I. Second loinin to Maud wood laj, he swore, and drank too; and yet we turn out '2 tons an of steel rails II tons. a ijH, Outlaw JW, Wart i l.nih llaili 11 H alnever believed that he would steal, lleatrlce tK. A Georgia lady who is on the sunny I'atchcn )!'!(. and Kencountry makes 13 In 00 seconds our I'.rlcsson r l by Kmnon (in ji tut by luck (entleman 1 uS. and tire ol the id dam of though his expression seems to cover all Mcinbrino L hief, by Mcmbrina I'aymailer, dam I'lul I hompton 1 1614 kegs of nails, 1'J bales of cotton come sitle of fiO has just given birth to her mankind and himself included. LOUISVILLE, KSNTUOKY. the dam f Culuth I y lli mii tired jt and hit KxJdN llaiuMrtonian, li Ahdallah, aire of daughters are the dauit of it in lite 1 j-- lit 2"th chilil, ami she is also the possessor O tie for shame! I wonder if the C. J from the tields, and 'M bushels of grain Sir U' alter J 17, 1st dam hy Charle Kent mucKrricson Jr It half bmlher In Cue, reiotdnft of nine grandc hiMtcu, w Idle a California in I mli llellloundvr, iddamOne Kyc. liy p uUuW gallons of spirits, uhiloSM and others will make nmends? I will llamliletonian. jil Imp Mm, 3 rJif ata 4 tear dd and tuld to Kcbert lluiiuer a AND FINEST keiiKer K)i1vW'm dam Siliertall, l f the lrc ol that age for iiaFiu s dugout of the earth. In the matron has presented her husband with THE LARGEST llamhlctonian try them through the columns of your ' 1'irtt dam by llodoc hy old I'llol, tire of Pilot Jr Nrttic IS uinf 17 otlirn llh record) of j.vi or triplets for the second time. Ir tiled dam. ol Ja I c tin J jolut bold, outspoken paper. The paragraph same time the United States Mint turns HOTEL IN THE CITY. and j$ Sec i 10. MauJ Si'llol fetter, lo of the daina o( TilnVrt j '4 uh; NuUwotl 1 lil, sou 11 ninem wttn ncoriuot v or wncr Courier-Journthe I join Mrmbriun Chief .ifnl l.ail) I b .rn is calculated to out gold and silver coin to the value of in the John W. Mackay, the bonanza king, Vermont Downing') ''.v Kill'' lllacl Hawk, I il'(, Wuo.lfrd Membrinu J Jiv,, llngniii j j, Down-tire of Klhan Allen 1 tt Vermont do mo an injury and cause me to answer $121, and 42 acres of the public domain has a dinner service worth $100,000. The 1 ri.K 1 aiemnnnu t. if ,, I'llot TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDis mrc of the dams ol I'nlnina, 1 to, and also MeiabrmoStar . niei Mcmbimolut llenry RATES S2.50 inu Pittshave been sold or given away. t ;, Nort 'y,. n great many questions, therefore I will silver was furnished irom his own mines sire ol the dam ol Mauibrino Itrme, the .lie of filar I vn llelle Wil.on 1 SS burg Dispatch. ING TO ROOMS; l.rit.soiijr ita solid blatk, 16 hands hih an ! give the origin of the expression, "A and upon the completion of the set he Hill' lllack llawk.bv Sherman Motyan, dam eight ivupuunds a that Ittoi ' atiottrottinu marr lllll't ltlack llak I. the nieiidt hiliitelf ctenif licit had kor.e ptjtiigtre, but man who swears will steal." I disclaim he no Prodiiral bought the dies outright, in order that The great painting, "The nirc of llelle ol Saratoga ir;, l.micet 17I4, Mtsietting the M.h.J that be doct tbonld make hiin IUKKIS.H.V Ul'sMVN llVTIlS IN HOTKL I'.tinn Allrn 1 jjH, and S'ounj; the authorship and thank you for your Son," which went up in a thine a the set might never be duplicated. s America one of the graliUett tlalliant u, Kenlu. k) S 1 ij, and the irc ol the d un ol lllamhc i lll b quick reply. Between five and six (ien letd, 1 i(), Tenneee , and ticct ago, was once exhibited in old St. This is the way to make a good mucilI gave my opin$10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, alo the founder ol the ureal HUck llaisb family years ago in Itichntond James' Hall. Among those who one mat ua in me niaie anu lemaie line ixt 01 1 yt or ion, publicly, of what 1 saw take place day s;it ami gazed at the noble center- age, without using gum ar.ibic: Take better riprrentatle. If payment it deferred nil after weaning lime, hy Old Cnlutnhtu, toluinlM gum dextrine 2 paits; water o parts; ace-ti- e (llarke lri'Ol fi vill be a.iile.l Parting fun r inotiug mare not privately; viz: One Saturday even piece, with its magnificent side panels of Conhdencc 1 S, dam Meener mate renders money due Wilt altu tlaud my line Jaik, 1 part; dissolve TIIK COM III Mil) S1AI.I.IO.N, by aid of heat acid Old Coluinhu. 114 coruritfd nactr. liriHiuhl ing on the street, a number of negroes the of the Swine and the Return of from l auada, irc ol Cnntidcmc 1 1, C'olumbw. and 1 part of alcohol. PEACOCK. were arrested for stealing, the otliccr t(lu Pro.H-a- l, ! N'ii;ator Jl. Itusamond t .V'V, . and Vimk-- Ci-- I were n fanner ami lii.s wife. urn bo. 1 jjC , and also lire of the dams of Hen having to knock one of them down to After ItMiklutr Ittuie and silentlv at the At it on tame tonditioitt at ab.ve ilh Si added Morrill j;. t.nulse N. 1 10 1., j in. I'mAsiatic cholera kills jieople bv the c u ,w hanjt ounc Columnut it the siru of it if not imd before weaning umr Vil inae the season of iSSS at my ttahlc nrar f"y.JJ7S tnke a pair of pants from him. The last impoing picture of gergeous revelry and wholesale una there ! no Clire (or It; She'by Cil, in Lincoln count), on the Shelby City 1 to or bttlt r ptrforniert, and he ha. 1 toivi that- oijn, maik nn incaij point, and general make named circumstance cieated consider- the contrasting scenes of retribution ami roau, Lick I'urnpi i) a.ri . j, I'OWI.I.I. iio or .. l but (.ianter's chicken cholera cure re- and -Knnb ..l .. . ni.urdiivc, or N at iii.uic a. lor trie Ihatei.tiled iimnuci better performers .inmiiy, Inlum..!..l..(..r...l..I.L...liiiuinim. OI,l ivfttrn up Ittoand a half m wun no tca.eo, .. tiling nui nil; ul uic t from llu.lan.illc on the able excitement, during which several repentance, the fanner's wife, heaving a blood was to the Kast what the I'llot, Jr, Wood lluttontillr and Imilrt is down to per- colt, toiind and a I right stores the chicken that ibeily I urnpike R.d I laioln llainbt Deniuart i.adar bay, ith p enly nl was to Kintuckt cries of "hang him!" "hang him!" inin- - sigh, turned to her Giles, and tipping county It is warranted by fect health. sty e and action, hat big tail and inane, standi 16 gieti wun siicn oams as i nave never handi high, j yeart old thit tpriug- Ata ' ,u,mI fonvimi 0 aa t0 i00k at him & 2t. d combined hrte he has no superior, if an eoua , heard fall from a man's lips, although I over ,ier h.,.,-,- , batini? An liitt mwet at variitut in ICentncLv Mx ; earnest tones Thlt mmiih; tlallion will make the teuton at the That ItacliiiK Couh can be o quickly cured iKairtinthe State In harncst. under sadd'e and inhave been a soldier for over four years, ,,,,,111,1,. to all about hen "Ain't them ame place and will be limited to twenty mares model ringt, and no ata harnett horse, at a tadWe cuarantise it. Mcltobertt by Shiloh'i Cure have mingled with sailors anil a railroad d e hone, at a combined anil s horte, I fj Hnflalo Express. Ilty ttal f.n it liin.lt and i nub high, will mil r t.0 .VSU3S, Stanford; Cro ,V Co , McKitiney. believe he h a. nM peer in Kentucky. , AT SI 5 TO INSURE, the mimw ..I at the tta'drt f I iiLletttan A man for 10 years all proverbial sets. ll.vn'ct Denmart it liy - King licnmark. he by Will you ulTr with li)ppia and I. iter ComKarris, Laii.a.trr, Ky , A speed tiial between the telegraph Star Deniuart, he byjonit- llenuuri, he by n d ,nd will oin trainini; the lit ol June Ynu will "Cuss like a sailor," "Steal like a sol- uarantepJ 10 lure ilalirer i plaint? Sluloh's I! act Denmtrk, the t.inl e race horte lie by Imp rind 011 iintttigatintf tlic pedigree that he Is tmr AT S25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. dier," "Wicked as a R. R. man," yet I ami telephone from New York to Boston you McRoberls .V Staijs Stanford ; Crow A Co lledgefnrd f the t bretl tonng hor.rs south of the lllter Kirn dam by Choritter. he b Contract, lniorl-Wllkca, American Moliev due if mar, r h ta the Uttotl ol was lately undertaken at the Sun news-hear- d McKlnnoy 1 never heard such tall "swearing" as ilti I .., t..r -- .. i. iiiirle.1 llrown.heliy (.1 et Scrncgliis (;4j 4ru Mevn).t.r tndnirwhint lor a tired ad dam bait terrible ed he hj Sirby Jim third dam by puke of lied- Sleepiest nights made bit firtt trjtKii, . of ,i cm it hat.- - alrmdy .ome Archie, jucer in Richmond that night, and 11 paper otliee, New York. The contest cough. Shiloh" Cure miserable by thatfor they-ar- i' 1I1111 In PI rat- - ni til h It .. . line and l.rgr Mr Kubrn tidln-(tiaittr I tli I., t .1.. hat jou. .rr h. ti.it... is the remedy .'..... u jil'. J H l 111 Ut .1 4i ryrt bnlr.1 am lot man was pointed out to me worth over Listed for ten minutes; :5.;0 words wet e Mcltobcrli S: Staj;, Stanford; Cro- - & Co , ,... f.fth .Umi l.v u , . .... ... !Ihiitii utnl ..,.--hr ,, u ... i iit.tr ...-- . attic in .imiut; u.u iu . iiu,mii " iiavt-- I ....... i . - ..i "B "!' "'", T. T Imp lllottom, 6th damhy llrutat, ;th dam b) Zelka htiu. Hiawatha, lull titter t Wllid Boston, ready for the print- VIA. "',r m.l lail $100,000 who was chief "cusser." It delivered in l,.,'"N,.,I"''.w,,, Spedal . . ,amti6. .l dam Term bt Mambrimt len"cr f"!. ,',,, ...11. mat ims- - ""l '"' '"lis the Itaibe swan, in.- ...me pr.it e ! Hamlet Deiimar' t damby old I.etlugton.ld .Ire nf ihe.lun ol t....rr.,r ( hll. k.t preached next day from the text Jer. er, by telegraph, ami ?Ai words by tele- -' IMuNttnnt it ht A rtanoVr . lUllmnt . u.-- i dambyKinery A Walker. Wajnrr .Maud Messenger 1 16V,. i dam be Drnvninc'. Itay trarr three year Id ajiple 17:'J, "The heart is deceitful above all phone. Rut many of the telephone words It l.needlett to tay that for hanwtt and saddle, Me..enger, ttli dam bt Vomiii; Jelleraon, paier: of Aloandcr t Abdallab mid IU4I b Mamtinini Cam- - and for action, beauty, tlyie and e eganee at a Cbirl. who it the tirr nf Nulwoiu a lit,. Wrdjr inecrf 'r taie cthdain bt Hunt' ComtnoJurc things and desperately wicked," and in were incorrectly received. So the tele- ennch.Mc Kinney, Ky Vickiug t k. Hi.k Mi.irx a jjV, anJ breeder, Hamlet hat no tuycrior, and he tratitmili n of Crnruc W'llkrt; nt wi.l t ia; th I.tleWlket iy ' id I firtl dam by I one in i. was the winner. to hit off.piiug these nualitiet speaking of our natural inclinations to graph dam lam C.h.nt by American Clay, l dam No- - bv mr in liHirtml vnc.1 he M it fau. e. blel. tftd .it a ion n oi ni) a i iikuiidii m - ran.. 1....1 iai', knrnliw In Mamhrinn lllawa tha ilbtimlliaatha, ton MllU..l b) (iItHsirtr.l I Iwiouirbbml d data out f i Mint. nil ein I spoke of what I saw and heard the Ohio andanluduceme lor luiue a...iiif.- t i'i kit. dam of Krlcson Hurope has an abundance of widowed d diM hy lamj I .land HUck $50 In premium, for the be.i three to tt by Ham- - ol Imp Albion, dam Duther'. Maid by Mamhrino Kcllpw previous night. Cominentini; upon it Empresses Mr lra)nir i nsontht let to tie tnowuiti int at tne iranvwe ratr Downing s llat Messenger bt a. lait sHaam hr hantllrti Mrwtvnirrr now. Germany litis two, just be can tnil a e'"d Good patture will b furnished at J jo per nlners, dam bv Imp Messenger and without any distinctions as to the Dirwuing't Hay track ia i t tat. la lie inrfird Mr l.nrber. trak the wives of William I and Frederick month My persona and tpetla atteiiiliMi wlo be .tir.tcn;erit inr tucoi l.i.jv Mariiu Ji tln-r1 i, tliH att iiuarler in tukiug' God's name fito r.k. m liti great sins of stealing, gitcti marettopreteiil accident!, but wn no tbe I'urtrr i J""s Mambrmn ri III; England's Queen ami Empress of Ini;tw.xidt liim-dl.Mr I .!. lor. Hi- - maJe a retpotitlb e thou d ant o cur Oeore II I homat, ttho lretl Siott rbiMiiat J J, i;..hI I in vain, killing, kc, I made this remark, dia has c r sxndidoic in n rtiutnu i. . hi .rill l i 4iiHl.nl.-nij K.jaus. been long widowed; the once andla.'t b In l.nn. I llOt L KOIIIN'oON. "that the unregenerated human heart beautiful Eugenie, of France, still linI V.I A t UKIS MIS I an a ler Ky SUnlord, Kt. was filled with all these things Matt. - -i. " "fin gers at Chiselhurst; and Carlotta, the un5sciXito. " i'"f wJv?xcp!mtx 15:1!) and the unrestrained heart would fortunate widow of Maximilian, once lo one as well as the other and that the Emperor of Mexico, still lives in an asysVHnyMHHHKii man who would rob God of his holy, lum. Oitoutsvi.ti Ntv. AiBAMrs Chicaso At good name and use it so profanely, Tho Original Wins. lll.l'KfrK'Asis KOITK. ALL THE LATEST SPRIHC STYLE HATS C. V. Slmmont. Su I.oula, Trop'r would, if there were no l.iw to punish, Few realize that in less than twelve M. A. Simmons l.ltrr Medicine, ttt'd -- AT THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE .steal." Tipton, in commenting on the years we shall Jiave entered upon n new So. In the V. S Court Daraata I ll.Xellin, I'rup'r A.q.Simrnont LIt- tr ' l.eatmj lljih sermon, said: Noel said, "A man who century, lltipjiy, indeed, has been the cr iieL'uiator, mt'il by Zellln ifcA". R. B. CENTRAL KENTUCKY St. A. S. 1., M. hai lor 47 jea swears will steal." 1 did not say it. A lot of the nt.in who has lived in tlio closLOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI cured IxnioiaTioH. IliLinLi.wiis stcc ksuk ro V r,m- 'I can swear and not take the name of ing years of the l'.lth century. He has ninn Orsrarsu.SicK Ibadacii(,Ia3v AjrtTiTK. Sol-- Stomach, Ktc. Daily, Secures Iratelert. God in vain, but it is wrong to swear at witnessed the giandest achievements in M'MIOHASL, THE HATTER, Her T II. Hmm. l.,n. i v AND' NQHTH, EAS$, Church, Adams, Ttnn,, wrllei-"all. Sam Jones read what Tipton said bcienee, if not in art and literature, that 111 inn 1 tnoum nave Decn dead THE MOST RAPID ROUTE but 611 4TH AVENUE, S0UTH-WST- . about it, which had been tpioted and the world has ever known. Albany lor your lienuine M. A. Liter .Medicine. I hav commented on in the Courier-Journa- l, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. NtRC?A aometimes Journal. had to tuhttllute FAST MNE HETWEEN Kter atteintilcd between tbe creat commercial rsil ":eillni stull" Tor your .Medl and he preached a sermon on it on which citiet on the Oniu Kiter and Chicago, and hence ........ l.li ...... ......... r .,,. ., ill luck i. CCURTjl clnc but It don't answer the in ...! irinim.r.ui wi iwr W9 the faitett time and mutt comfortable traint be- - LiIjAIjNQI ON & CINCINNATI.; it...- ..uM,..i ajiB I nurnose." mi,- t y,. X)Wim """nnciai l,c in, i.,, i... tu,re un, w, Illany l;trt A discount of 10 jwr rent, will te ffiftHi on all twcen all points in trie South, or to the Wett and H.Oravci, Kditor TA t0ni-- . .Dr.J. .Memphis, Tenn. says ., 1 LC I' MAY N'orthwett. The counteriiurtof thit train an all INI-.1 copy of the aww aiuiien iiur nan nu.in .tuci connected with him. There arc 1! let- - nrJiT. sent for Hats with SCIIMH'I.K iicuiiei trunk line, it denominated The Limited Knprett. .. I received a narkat.i nl cntirl.n.r r mintioiiili pP'r IS the author of the above, but French ters in his name, he was born Novem No. 4 No No V. The tupcrb rotlinj; stock tc employ Rivet patront Medicine, and hate uteJ hallof it. rtnuin isiunu unnmiieu Lomiou It work t like a rharm. I want no Tipton, preM'iit editor of the Climax, her II!, 1811, and he was nominated J line t- Waily Sun aAt all Coupon Ticket Othcat In the South 7 as.t candidate for the fiutlrages of Nobetter l.lver ItrL'ulatnr and cert O Say .Mo'(u lime tables liichiuond, Ky. Arise, Mr. Tipton, nnd vember 0, the sum of tho-- e two dates tainly no more ol Zeilin's mixture. OL1 I non' tsill find ourand Mick to and lickelt. jouwaiit - I.v Cotington . . 1 o p III Monon, II "et Monon I n p in , sjieak. t.te Kaltnuiith... being 1!5. The.o tlgutvs do not worry r.nOQJinDft WlluOuKIUUlVU Vk UlllU a to tate money and hate a plaatant journey. 4 to p in I.tc Cynlhiana . About two weeks ago Pain Jones lec- the old Uoiikui. 5 10 p in General Pat.anrer Acent. Cbicaae. Arr l'arit PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS t lop in Arr I.etm.fti.n City Ticket Agents and Oibcert tured in Itichmond. I heard him and 7 K. A. IluckNKa, uj .ti Ate., Louittilta, Ky, I.tel'ari. . Thk trains on the electric railroad hvJ o p III being the llrst time wo had ever met it I. M.Tokrkncf, uj Vine tt , Cincinnati Ohio " "J p in Arr Winchattr. twcen A,"0I1, aml 1,)erb.v' '" Co''-"-,- li 7 10 p in Arr Itichmond... 'ending what I had I thanked him for 8 18 p in Arr Lancaster. ... t, run lo miles an hour, llie ciMon To Washington, Richmond and 8 4 . p in Arr Stanford said over live years ince. Next morn- I In ... i was !.. n!...... ui.-l-I.tc Richmond .. ... j ...iuii b .ni... iuiu is to make a mile in live motor-ca- r ...t tni, which consists of a minutes. and morning i Old Point Comfort. Arr Helen. said: "Tipton, did you know that a ser- - a passenger car carrying CO perr-onArr l.axiuton.... can mon I preached some timo ago brought bo brouglit to n full 'stop in oO feet. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE Norlh-IIeutI.V1 Vo. j. No. 1. No. 5. " " Sam Jones before the public on the samo TT""?'"Salve, To Louiavllo and Cinclinnati Buck en s Arnica RAILROAD. y;-w"WCai cv w ux w ; subject? i' on commented on it in pret- l.ve l.itiii2tlon... S ai a in c world lor cuU, bruUes, to $ a in Connectio-direct for all points in the I.te llcrea 'lhe Great ty strong tcarnm, do you remember."' R Arr Richmond.. .. II 4j a to ulccr..alt rltcum, feverttorc., tetter. chap. 41 YeH," said Tipton, "A mail who swears, ped Hundu, chilblains, cornOnd all skin crup- north-wes- t t) THR()UGH TRUNK LINE. I.te Slinfnrd .. I IO a III 4$ a in m m I.te l.aiicatler 328T will steal." "Just so," said I, "Inst tiom, and positively cures piles, or no pay reArr Richmond.... 11 r .1 in 0 50 a in SOUTH-WES- T. quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfacI 30 p in, 6 Co night is tho llrst time we have met." I tion money refunded. I'rice cents per box. iTh I.ve Richmond... or 7$ in Arr Winchettcr .. . J p in. paid for a year's subscription to the Cli- For sale by A. II. 1'enny, Stanford, Ky, Arr l'arit No i $ in 1 2$ in 3 no p l.ve I.cxiuglou IS EFFECT sot IJ, '&J. max and walked out. Xow here comes ) on p Dally. r.x. Sun. l 4 30 3 50 p in 3 40 P I.te 1'irit Renews Her Youth. "In and About the Courier-Journa- l, in 4 TO p III I.te Cyiithiaua .. 4 en p tn 9 00 With I.ouitville 7 00 p m 6 50 a m in j 1$ l i" I.te Kalmoiiih... 4 Si P ' 10 03 Kentucky," commenting on somebody, Mrs. I'hrcbe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., low I.ve Lexington ... ml 6 50 p in Arr Cotington. ... 0 im p in I" 35 .10 J5 p m It 50 a m remarkable ttory, the truth of Arr I don't know who, but 1 deny the tells the follow ing for by Hie residents of the town: " White sulphur Springs 5 10 a m which it touched On the Maytville llranch, No. 9 leaves l'arit a' a m 5 10 p in 11 charge. I expect Sam Jones would do I am Tt year. old. hat e been troubled uith kidney " Charlottsville V.MJunct 900 jim 3 40 p m 8 30, a .111 J No. 11, al 590, p in, arriving at so " Kichmond Matttillc at 10 50, a m, and 740, p in. No. 10 10 35 a in 0 tiling, tllllt is IIS tt) the author- - complaint an J lameness for many yearn; could not " Newport News the S.imo JP m Louisville 11 00 a m m leatet .Mayttille at 6 00, a in, arming at l'arit at " Old Point Comfort 7 00 p Kn-nrNo. il leatet Mayttille al lot and 8 30, a m n1im nf tin. libriiKC. Tilitnn is dress myself without help Now I am free from " Norfolk 40 p ni it 40 a in To Nashville, arntet at l'arit at 3 j$, p in These trains are " Washington pain and soreness and am able to do all my own 3 P ni 540pm the author, give him the credit for it. housework. I owe my thanks to I'.lcctrio Hitters " llaltimore- daily except Sunday 11 l HI iiatpm 'J a m Memphis, Nn 33 leaves Cotington at 830.1111, nrritcsal "Yrr ff ' j 00 a in 00 This is pretty lengthy, cut it dow n to for havin; renewed my youth and removed com- " I'hiladelphia Falmouth lit 10 30 a in; Sunday only No. 31 6 io a m o' oam New York Atlanta, Give the solid truth, pletely all disease and pain. Try a bottle, 50c and leatet Falmouth at 4 30 pin, arrives at Covington suit yourself. ul 6 in in: Sunday only. No. ic Icates Lctitig. Montgomery, I.enlrKton Ditision Traint run hy Central ti me though, and you watch tho paper- and $1, at A. H, Penny's Drug Store. ton 7 15 p ni, nrritct l'arit 7 55 p in. No. 8 leaves Thousands of dollars worth of Main I.tne Trains ea.t of Huntnnjton run lit- - Katt .1..1. .!.... 111 l..,M. .., .ill , -Little Rock, Cnvlngtmi .(ion in,.1.arritetJUilraliuoutli ...7 30 p in.- chickens die every year from Choi-era- . ... . . ...... ern time, which Is one hour fatter than Central in my Kim. ......I n. I illllllllllll til 3 III) .llllbi illCWIWorth Knowing. i.U 7 ICillC I'.l inglon at 7 S" m LTJWH CUIUU Jiuiuv. WIO "a'dDITIONAI. TRAINS- No. tt, daily ex. Mobile and New Orleans. It is more fatal to chickens than ll$;ill DAILY KXCKI'ISUNTIAV. Mr. W, H, Morgan, mercoant, Lake City, Fla e 43 leave Winout and don't feun Vm public property wM ,;Vc; HJth a ,everc CoW aUeMled Wllh a dU. cept Sunday, arrive Olive Hill 4Sjs aa m; .Mt Trains are daily NOTi: Lexington am; at Newport News & Miss.Valloy Co. chester, Lexington3 and 4 Cliinnnati;hctween other all other diseases combined. Hut the "' 7 00 other and and open for criticism. I'll do tho tressing Cough and running into Consumption in Cincinnati via Winchester 11 35a m. discovery of u leuieuy tiwt7.alY.V traint are daily except Sunday, No t), daily except Sunday, leave Cincinnati Direct connection 11 mide at Winchester with aires it has been made, and to be conlUld both Of US Will Watch lllltl Itshnt stages. He tried many so called popular preaching m; I.extneton s JS p m, arrive Mt Sterling . loop Chesapeake & Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland ' mir.K r.niitia anit ttnrtitv crrfw ivnr. Wn. 713 pin; Olive Hill 910 p m Only one change to points in vinced of its efficacy only re juires a pray. Don't use such harsh words as Huntington, Charlettan, W. Va, and hattern citiet No. j, daily, leate Clifton Forge at 7 00 reduced In flesh, had difficulty iu breathing and FAS I LINK Not. 1 and 4 run tia Winchestrial, h s 30 bottle is encugh foi ",le, rot," peoplo will think you are uas unable to sleep, Finally tried Dr. King's New Chatleslonia 17 pp mm; arrive Ashland 5 40 p he-- l ter, Solid trains with I'ulliiiin Sleeping Cars, 11 one hundred chickens. ecu Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winmail and you are too hard on Tipton- - Discotery for Consumption and found immediate Colnmhusdaily leave Ashland 710 am; arrive at It is guarNo. 6, chester and Washington. 11 21am; Clifton l'orije 7 34 If, after using ciiuity pence and Cleveland nnd Thiir-.ma- relief, and after using about a half dozen bottles Charleston Sleetilnc Cars on all through p m. EMIGRANTS Through tickets and luggage checked to any anteed of traint. Pullman found himself well and has had no return of the destination reached liy a railroad. a bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly K. It. Nokl Old Dominion Steamships leave Norlork on Mon- For full particulars address any a;ent of the Co. can show so grand a dap, Tuesday, Wednesday, Inurtday anu Satun Seeking homes on the line of this road will reccite disease. No other remedy satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Special rates. S. F. 11. MOKSK, K. II. 11ACON. Catarrh Cured health and sweet breath secured recrrdof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for day at 6 30 p m for New S ork. Traveling I'ats'g'r Ag.l., Ocn'l I'ats'g'r Aijt., Cholera, 4r3ec formation, etc., apply to Ac,, or agents of this Company for rates, routes For Tickets, Kales, return it to the undeisigned Covington, Ky. Lexington, Ky, write to by Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedy. Price 50 cents. Nas- - Consumption. Guaranteed to do just what Is ticket office or address c. r. ATMonn. o. i. & t. a., and your money will te refunded. U.K. HUNTINGTON, Oeneral Manager. ul Injector free. McKqbcrts & Sta;g, Stanford; claimed for It Trial hollls free at A. K. Penny's W, C. WICKHA.M, H.W FULLER, Loulstllle, Ky- Uen'l l'ass'r Ast, MiKlntii-t-, Drug Store- Iltcciter QonOfflooa, Covington, Kentucky. Crow, For bale 'jy McRoherls & Stagg. minute. In the t'nited State?, the telephone is used 5'Jo times, the telegraph I'M times in a minute. In a minute the lowest sound your ear can catch has been made by W0 vibra tions, while the highest tone reaehesyou d00 vibrations. alter making In each minute in the United States, night and day, all the year round, M barrels of beer have to go down '2,Q'M throats, and J,s.i) bushels of grain have come to bin. In a minute an expres train goes a I!'mile, and a Pittsburg street-ca- r -' rods; rods the fastest trotting hoiNO 147 and an avenme pedestrian of the genus homo lias got over li) rods. and Of tobacco V2o pounds is pait of it has been used in making (i.OTJl cigars, and some more of it has gone up in the smoke of '2,'2)2 cigarettes, in the United States i one minute. In a minute we are whirled around on the outside of the earth by its diurnal motion, a distance of II) miles, and at the same time go along with the earth on its journey around the sun 1,080 .','.-".- ', II The tuberose is no ro-- but a species of olyanth. Pompey's pillar had no historical connection with Pompty in any way. Cleopatra's needle was not erected by the Kgyptian Queen, uorin her honor. WhiUebone is not bone and is said to possess not a single propel ty of bone. Turkish baths did not originate in Turkey, and are not b.iths, only heated chambers. (ierman silver whs not invented in tJermany ami does not contain a partie, PPM, lfi'l-'irm- NEW I1UTCHER SHOP. I lmti oatm-ft butcher shop at Kow and in tlio Ferrill Storo homo and inn piepnn-to furnish the mill ic with n kind ol ni.Mts, full ami uyn I I tcMmtlinrnMv.il As hrrt'tolnru lontin no running my wagon ilc moat to my cm turners tn .Stanford and tlcinity M r hl.MN lf ti Wr ' yfi VermontHambletonian Thlt line Ktallloii will make the season of iSSS at in firm, 4 milrt front Stanford, on tlio Stanford Ullll ItmMn.wiimM Jk wssm IHI. I C m . 1llllt Hie piKe, i AT S20 TO INSURE GXI.DEHOY. I 11 A COLT. id hands it cle of silvt r. ltlack lead is not lead at all, hum compound of carbon and a small iuatity of iron. Brazilian grass never grew in Brazil, is not grass it is nothing but strips of palm leaf. Burgundy pitch is not pitch, and does not come ftom Burgundy; the greater part of it i rositumd palm oil. and rai-e- d, POWDER Absolutely Pure. William ittdam Katie (rtiui-,l-i tilll's Vermont, id dam lll.uk Swan, l Helm's Yorkshlic, i Imp Yorkshire, jd dam I ittlc Limit, In Wagner, li) Sir t'h.ule, liy Sir rcht , 4th dam Kniilt Speed, li) Imp l.ivl.itli in, c,lh dam liy 1'at.kdlcl; nth dam hy Ortcndrltcr; ;th dam lr Martland l'liunlv. Mh dam hy Man. ' nihal, ith dam fi) hilkv, l rowel, Sue l'mll), Speetl in llruic'a Stud llonk Vol page j.,i) Vrr- uiont lluinlilctniilait I a tine, lilg hone, tvlth the lines style ami gixnl lione, uud u mr lireeder: . Hired In W lltiain Wclih, the sire nl Prime lntirl-hI, 1 lletp I' can trot in Jtreinlali I jn or hrttir W illlain Welch w niriil liy It)-- ' iUk Mninhlitonlan, pritalc retold jt,, lit dun I the dam nt I'.odcn's I'rinrc. Imported 17, and b I IruMii (ou of Cotto) and ire of Jo iiiilua trotter, u tin ny n son oi ruMcc, J i.itnnrino, ny imp Mienj;ir, Vermont Ih nt" KniudMUi of the ureal k HauihlUoiilan, the t;randrt lrclUlny, ii limi win eriuoiii rotniiiuii, imiki-tiinr uiiKhhrrd, will mate a tine Mock hone Uyidyk'a hy Atnlall ill. on nt Mainhiino. llainhltlonian. Imp llrllloundrr, jd dam lv llihiip' dam l J 1 foaled inscription ick horc,lichind, in SSj, sired fct II iinhlctouian, liy and Pedigree Vermont I'tinelcml lht teatoti, at with Jcrs of retorn IMtnil 1! 11 rml'j $3,OA9H, I it li . .r lime nut nh irr, l' Sia it III I' II lUfKVSIIil Stanford female College. "'') FOR SALE. IIounc Acres Iaml THOMAS I. NEWI.AND - :ii:iRi(ci()9 9n Kye-Se- THE GALT HOUSE, - t'd 111 al I J I few-year- SANIHDGE AIIi:.VI. 11 , Hamlet Denmark :. JR., - .r.... - rirtt-clai- 1. ts ,lr . ' ' KKNiW WILKES. BLTJEMOITT. ' ' ,i"' I 1 it bc-.- 1 nrn-an- a 1 -- ,.-.,- -- ... h- , s ,! '' r ." .' VINEGAR. I t .r.......i.... IIIih-m.i- ii 1 1 llk McsM-nge- '. ili-i- - y In-- KenluckyGentralR.R. THAT FIGHT A NEW FAST MAIL (JIi0GiLE(iAxS, WST ! Sim-mo- a. ',.,.,., i;a, rtl lfl ll Iinin ' ;j WEST JLio el .Lio pANTER'gl simp a .uc h. -- ' west and 11 SOUTH & WEST 111 111 111 111 " 111 tiir 1- - .- 11 - A .. - ,r'c Sicr-lin- ' ARKANSAS& TEXAS. so-cent- i n. two-Liird- s